In the era of networked societies and the ascent of artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms, we find ourselves amidst transformative changes in the realm of scientific publishing. We extend a cordial invitation to esteemed editors in the field to delve into the realm of “Intelligent Publishing.” Our objective is to unravel the nuances of the shifts, challenges, and opportunities that scientific publications encounter in this contemporary era. The panel discussion will encompass an array of subjects, including but not limited to:
- Harnessing Multimedia for Wider Dissemination: How can multimedia elements like short video clips and PowerPoint slides be leveraged to facilitate broader knowledge sharing?
- Promoting Gender Equity in Clinical Trials: Exploration of the theme of gender equality in clinical trials. For example, this wonderful essay serves as a case in point.
- The Influence of Social Media on Young Researchers: An examination of the impact of social media platforms like Twitter or Instagram on the younger generation of researchers. The discussion will touch upon the significance of various metrics, be it references or Altmetric scores, supported by statistical insights.
- The Evolution of Citations as Incentives: Delving into the role of citations as motivational tools for young, early-stage researchers. The discourse will also contemplate the impact of citations and journal name values on the pursuit of faculty or researcher positions.
- ChatGPT’s Role in Scientific Publishing: An exploration of the role of ChatGPT in the composition of scientific papers. The dialogue will delve into whether ChatGPT should be restricted from scientific writing or embraced as a valuable instrument.
The panel proceedings will commence with a succinct presentation by a distinguished editor, enriched with statistical evidence drawn from their own or other reputable journals (15 minutes, followed by a 5-minute Q&A session).
The talk will be followed by a dynamic panel discussion featuring esteemed editors and researchers, fostering a comprehensive exploration of the aforementioned themes (20 minutes, followed by a 10-minute Q&A session).
Dr. Dagdeviren organized a “Smart Publishing” workshop at “Body Sensor Networks”, IEEE BSN 20th International Conference on Wearable and Implantable Body Sensor Networks, MIT Media Lab, Cambridge, MA, USA.