Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools

Using an artificial intelligence (AI) tool, e.g. ChatGPT or Elicit, to find articles on a topic is not recommended for research.  AI tools are not an alternative to conducting a literature search in the databases provided by the library.

The tools do provide what appears to be references complete with all the bibliographic components and links to PubMed etc.  However, these references may not exist. AI tools do not generally cite their sources so check the original source of any references they generate.

If you are studying and use an artificial intelligence tool to generate ideas or plan your work you may still need to acknowledge how you used the tool.  Please familiarise yourself with you University's guidelines on using or acknowledging AI tools.


Using artificial intelligence           
Acknowledging the use of generative artificial intelligence             Monash Health AI Tools guide

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