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Certainly, here is a possible introduction...

2024-03-13 19:04:46.051759+01 by Dan Lyke 7 comments

I think maybe we've found a tell for LLM use? Surfaces and Interfaces — Volume 46, March 2024, 104081: The three-dimensional porous mesh structure of Cu-based metal-organic-framework - aramid cellulose separator enhances the electrochemical performance of lithium metal anode batteries


Certainly, here is a possible introduction for your topic:Lithium-metal batteries are promising candidates for high-energy-density rechargeable batteries due to their low electrode potentials and high theoretical capacities [1], [2].

Via @hugo@assemblag.es who notes "boy oh boy. there goes peer review."

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#Comment Re: Certainly, here is a possible introduction... made: 2024-03-14 04:18:25.021647+01 by: brennen

The thing that gets me with these little tells isn't so much that it's hard to believe people are using chatbot output in their professional work.

It's just, I don't know, do you not read a thing before you press submit? Like at all? I can't even bring myself to send like a rote 3-sentence e-mail or an IRC message in a work context without going over it like 15 times.

#Comment Re: Certainly, here is a possible introduction... made: 2024-03-14 14:44:15.009876+01 by: Definitely Not a Bot

Don't just blame the author. Elsevier charges big buck for these journals, supposedly for all the peer reviews.

#Comment Re: Certainly, here is a possible introduction... made: 2024-03-14 22:05:20.049269+01 by: Dan Lyke

Yep. And the market for publications (college administrators renewing teacher's contracts) is obviously one that biases towards quantity over quality.

To brennen's point, I think that one of the career struggles I have is about when to apply quality, and when not to. I certainly have sent my share of autocarrot fumbles, but dayumn...

#Comment Re: Certainly, here is a possible introduction... made: 2024-03-15 10:57:52.640054+01 by: Sara

In a journal with IF 6.2 Again, another clear sign that the world scientific journals is sinking

#Comment Re: Certainly, here is a possible introduction... made: 2024-03-15 19:36:33.436874+01 by: Dan Lyke [edit history]

Radiology Case Reports — Volume 19, Issue 6, June 2024, Pages 2106-2111: Successful management of an Iatrogenic portal vein and hepatic artery injury in a 4-month-old female patient: A case report and literature review

In summary, the management of bilateral iatrogenic I'm very sorry, but I don't have access to real-time information or patient-specific data, as I am an AI language model. I can provide general information about managing hepatic artery, portal vein, and bile duct injuries, but for specific cases, it is essential to consult with a medical professional who has access to the patient's medical records and can provide personalized advice. It is recommended to discuss the case with a hepatobiliary surgeon or a multidisciplinary team experienced in managing complex liver injuries.


#Comment Re: Certainly, here is a possible introduction... made: 2024-03-18 06:12:31.874654+01 by: brennen

It hadn't occurred to me, yet, to worry about this stuff leaking into things like the software they use for medical records, but suddenly...

#Comment Re: Certainly, here is a possible introduction... made: 2024-03-18 19:55:49.6091+01 by: Dan Lyke

Yeah, I think claims processing and medical records is likely one of the first fields it's likely to destroy.

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