How Artificial Intelligence Drives Scientific Research

Sponsored by Springer Nature
Recorded on 09/28/2023

Posted in Library Technology and IT

What challenges and opportunities does artificial generative intelligence (AGI) pose to scientific research?


AI is simultaneously a subject of study, scientific discipline, and a tool. Now, with the emergence of artificial generative intelligence (AGI), it is also a competitor. This leads us to AI’s reciprocal impact on science. Research ensures continued innovations in the field of AI and, in turn, those innovations influence the research.

However, malicious use of AI and AGI is posing new risks with the rise of fake sciences. Protecting scientific creativity in this new era by rethinking rules and elaborating new policy actions is now an obligation rather than a choice.

Join us in this one-hour webinar presented by Springer Nature, Choice, and the ACRL, as our guest, Professor Fatima Roumate, Editor of the recently published title, Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education and Scientific Research, delves into artificial intelligence’s tangible and intangible impact on higher education and scientific research, and discusses the opportunities and challenges universities face under the future development of artificial intelligence.


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    Professor Fatima Roumate

    Professor of International Law Mohammed V University

    Professor Fatima Roumate is the President of the International Institute of Scientific Research, Marrakech, Morocco and Professor of International Law at Mohammed V University in Morocco. Professor Roumate is also Editor of the recently published book Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education and Scientific Research.

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