Generative AI wants to make information cheap, but will people want to read it? Are we ready for more productive writers?
New research demonstrates that there’s a decent likelihood that your data exhaust can be used to find out sensitive things about you.
The abstract is an element of scientific papers we take for granted. Is that a good idea in a networked information environment gravitating to usage-based measures?
When most papers submitted ultimately get published, and in an age driven by pooled philosophies and practices, are we already participating in a “filter failure” of immense proportions?
The OUP has launched Oxford Bibliographies Online, hoping to filter major fields down to a high-quality, peer-reviewed reference kick-start. But does a wordy filter actually filter in the networked world?
Image via Wikipedia I think by the end of this post, you won’t think of your editorial filter in quite the way you did when you woke up this morning. The metaphor of a filter has informed our thinking about […]