Plagiarism Policy

The Editorial Team of Jurnal Kecerdasan Buatan dan Teknologi Informasi Journal acknowledges that plagiarism is unacceptable and therefore establishes the following policies that state specific actions (penalties) if plagiarism is identified in an article submitted to be published in the Jurnal Kecerdasan Buatan dan Teknologi Informasi Journal.

Definition:

Plagiarism is an act intentionally or unintentionally in obtaining or trying to obtain credit or value for scientific work, by quoting part or all of the work and/or scientific work of other parties that are recognized as scientific works, without expressing the source appropriately and adequately.

For that, then:

Articles must be original, never published, and not in the process of waiting for publication elsewhere. Material taken verbally from other sources needs to be clearly identified so that it is different from the original text.

If plagiarism is identified, the Editor in Chief is responsible for reviewing the article and will approve the action in accordance with the level of plagiarism detected, with the following guidelines:

Plagiarism Level

  1. Tracing a portion of a short sentence from another article without mentioning the source. Action: Authors are given warnings and requests to change the text and quote correctly.
  2. Tracing most of the other articles without the right quote and not mentioning the source. Action: The submitted article is rejected for publication in the Jurnal Kecerdasan Buatan dan Teknologi Informasi Journal and the author can be sanctioned for not publishing in the Jurnal Kecerdasan Buatan dan Teknologi Informasi Journal.
  3. All article writers are responsible for the content of the articles they submit because they all signed the Jurnal Kecerdasan Buatan dan Teknologi Informasi Journal Publication Ethics Statement Form. If the article is classified as plagiarism, then all authors will be subject to the same action
  4. If the author is proven to submit the manuscript to the Jurnal Kecerdasan Buatan dan Teknologi Informasi Journal by simultaneously sending it to another journal, and this overlap is found during the review process or after publication, then the action according to point 2 above is given.
  5. If plagiarism is found outside the rules above, the editor of the Journal of Jurnal Kecerdasan Buatan dan Teknologi Informasi has the right to give sanctions according to the editor's policy.

All authors are responsible for the content of the articles they submit. If the article is found to be plagiarized, all authors will face the same punishment. If it is confirmed that the author submitted a paper to Jurnal Kecerdasan Buatan dan Teknologi Informasi journal while also submitting it to other journals, and this overlap is found during the reviewer process or after publication, action is taken following point 2 above. If plagiarism is discovered outside the above-mentioned standards, the editor of Jurnal Kecerdasan Buatan dan Teknologi Informasi Journal has the authority to impose punishments following the editor's team's policy.

Deals of Misconduct

The Editor-in-Chief considers retracting a publication if the following criteria are met:

  • They have clear evidence that the findings are unreliable either because of a major error (e.g., miscalculation or experimental error), or because of fabrication (e.g., of data) or falsification (e.g., image manipulation). It constitutes plagiarism.
  • The findings have previously been published elsewhere without proper attribution to previous sources or disclosure to the editor, permission to republish, or justification (i.e., cases of redundant publication). It contains material or data without authorization for use.
  • Copyright has been infringed, or there is some other severe legal issue (e.g. libel, privacy). Reports unethical research. It has been published solely on the basis of a compromised or manipulated peer review process.
  • The author(s) failed to disclose a major conflict of interest that, in the editor's view, would have unduly affected interpretations of the work or recommendations by editors and peer reviewers.

Notices of retraction should:

  • Link to the retracted article wherever possible (i.e., in all online versions).
  • Clearly identify the retracted article (e.g., by including the title and authors in the retraction heading or citing the retracted article).
  • Be clearly identified as a retraction (i.e., distinct from other types of correction or comment).
  • Publish quickly to minimize harmful effects.
  • Be freely available to all readers (i.e., not behind access barriers or available only to subscribers).
  • Identify who is retracting the article.
  • Indicate the reason(s) for the retraction.
  • Be objective and factual and avoid inflammatory language.

Retractions are usually not appropriate if:

  • The authorship is disputed, but there is no reason to doubt the validity of the findings.
  • The main findings of the work are still reliable, and correction could adequately address errors or concerns.
  • An editor has inconclusive evidence to support the retraction or is awaiting additional information, such as from an institutional investigation.
  • Author conflicts of interest have been reported to the journal after publication, but in the editor's view, these are not likely to have influenced interpretations or recommendations, or the conclusions of the article.