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Scientists used ChatGPT to generate an entire paper from scratch — but is it any good?

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Nature 619, 443-444 (2023)


Updates & Corrections

  • Correction 11 July 2023: An earlier version of this story implied that human researchers had guided ChatGPT through the steps to create a research paper. In fact, the data-to-paper tool developed by Kishony and Ifargan acted as an intermediary between ChatGPT and the researchers. The text has been corrected in several places to reflect this.


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