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ChatGPT: high-tech plagiarism awaits academic publishing green light. Non-fungible token (NFT) can be a way out

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posted on 2023-12-18, 15:24 authored by Z Mohammadzadeh, M Ausloos, HR Saeidnia

Purpose

ChatGPT from OpenAI is an amazing example of machine learning technology. This technology has now become an important issue for high-tech plagiarism concern. Indeed, there are many concerns about using this tool, perhaps using other technologies to make ChatGPT safer. Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) may be a way out. This paper aims to discuss such an alternative.

Design/methodology/approach

To preventing with high-tech plagiarism created by the ChatGPT tool two ways can help schools, universities and scientific centers to prevent academic plagiarism: first, by banning ChatGPT and adjusting teaching styles, and second, by using detecting AI-produced content. In this viewpoint, the authors suggest a third way that can be a way out.

Findings

NFTs technology has the ability to add a non-fungibility feature to any digital object (image, text or video). Therefore, any text produced by artificial intelligence tools can be given a specific NFT code. With this work, the authors add a feature to texts produced by artificial intelligence, that is, the non-fungibility feature.

Originality/value

In this viewpoint, how and why NFTs may be a usefully added value in preventing acts of high-tech plagiarism on ChatGPT is discussed.

History

Author affiliation

School of Business, University of Leicester

Version

  • AM (Accepted Manuscript)

Published in

Library Hi Tech News

Volume

40

Issue

7

Pagination

12 - 14

Publisher

Emerald

issn

0741-9058

eissn

0741-9058

Copyright date

2023

Available date

2023-12-18

Language

en

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