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How to Recognize AI Fakery

AI fakery, from hallucinations to deepfakes to scams to disinformation, poses critical problems for information pros as well as for all users. Online Searcher editor Marydee Ojala discusses strategies for recognizing and countering AI fakery in this clip from her presentation at Internet Librarian Connect. 

The Supreme Court Issues Several IP Opinions
by George H. Pike
The Supreme Court generally only accepts intellectual property, technology, or information policy cases in which the legal issues are challenging, important, and far-reaching, and/or when there are splits of opinion, particularly between the lower Circuit Courts of Appeal. In the last term, there were at least four major Supreme Court opinions in the information industry space, all of which merit significant attention.

Weekly News Digests
Wolters Kluwer Introduces Generative AI-Created Summaries for Court Rulings
Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory has added Generative Pre-training Transformer (GPT)-generated summaries of court rulings as a new feature (in beta) for its customers.
Wiley to Integrate Hindawi Journals Into Its Portfolio After Multiple Flagged Errors
Retraction Watch reports that "Wiley will cease using the beleaguered Hindawi brand name … [and] plans to integrate Hindawi's approximately 200 journals into the rest of its portfolio by the middle of next year."
Clarivate Integrates ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Citations With the Web of Science
Clarivate updated the ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Citation Index with the integration of more than 172 million cited references from ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global into the Web of Science platform.
Free Sage Policy Profiles Tool Helps Researchers See When They're Cited in Policy Docs
Sage rolled out Sage Policy Profiles, a free-to-use, browser-based "tool to empower researchers to discover the real-world impact of their work on policy."
The Scholarly Kitchen: 'Food for Thought: What Are We Feeding LLMs, and How Will This Impact Humanity?'
Stuart Leitch, CTO of Silverchair, wrote a guest post for The Scholarly Kitchen blog.

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Great Reads for 2024
by Brandi Scardilli
To mark the end of the year, NewsBreaks and Information Today contributors are sharing the (already published and to-be-published) books they loved in 2023 and are most looking forward to reading in 2024—whether for pleasure, education, or both. I hope this helps you find your next great read!

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