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  • candybrie@lemmy.worldtoScience Memes@mander.xyzThe Code
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    7 days ago

    Usually, for academic journals, you can retain most of your copyrights and grant a license to the journal. You have to pay attention to the options they give you when going through the publishing process, though. Because it does depend.

    Some funding sources require that you retain certain copyrights in order to comply with things like public access mandates.



  • candybrie@lemmy.worldtoScience Memes@mander.xyzanswer = sum(n) / len(n)
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    9 days ago

    Have you ever graded free response tests before? I assure you that some people do similar things when pressed to come up with an answer when they don’t know. Often, they know they’re BSing, but they’re still generating random crap that sounds plausible. One of the big differences is that we haven’t told AI to tell us “I’m not sure” when it has high uncertainty; though plenty of people don’t do that either.


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    10 days ago

    Seems no, to me: a human lawyer wouldn’t, for instance, make up case law that doesn’t exist

    You’ve never seen someone misremember something? The reason human lawyers don’t usually get too far with made-up case law is because they have reference material and they know to go back to it. Not because their brains don’t make stuff up.