Author policies on the use of Generative AI

About this video

In part 2 of our “Generative AI: New policies, opportunities, and risks” recorded webinar, Daniel Stuckey, Senior Publishing Ethics Expert, explores the increasing number of ethical cases that deal with the use of Generative AI. His presentation focuses on the opportunities and risks this technology brings to scholarly publishing and the policies that are implemented to handle it. 

About the presenter

Daniel Stuckey
Daniel Stuckey

Senior Publishing Ethics Expert, Elsevier

Dan Stuckey is a Senior Publishing Ethics Expert within Elsevier’s Research Integrity & Publishing Ethics Centre of Expertise. Prior to joining this team in April, 2022, Dan was Deputy Editor of The Lancet’s eBioMedicine where he worked for 7 years. Dan was responsible for handling the publication of high-quality, timely and reproducible translational research. Dan was also the journal’s point of contact when research integrity cases were encountered. Before embarking on a career in publishing, Dan was a postdoctoral researcher at Massachusetts General Hospital and at Imperial College London. He holds a PhD in Molecular Embryology from Imperial College London.