AI Ethics and Robot Policy
At journal IURIS NOTITIA : JURNAL ILMU HUKUM, we are committed to promoting the ethical use of AI in scientific writing. As such, we have established clear rules and procedures to ensure that the use of AI and AI-assisted technologies is transparent, responsible, and balanced. Authors must disclose any use of AI or AI-assisted technologies in their manuscript, including software, algorithms, or tools used to generate or analyze data, and any AI-generated content that has been included. They must also provide a clear and detailed explanation of how the AI or AI-assisted technologies were used and how they contributed to the scientific findings presented in the manuscript.
Furthermore, any AI-generated content included in the manuscript must be accurate, transparent, and properly attributed. This includes providing clear citations and references for any AI-generated text, figures, or tables. Authors must ensure that the use of AI and AI-assisted technologies in scientific writing does not compromise ethical standards or contribute to any harm or inequality. They must be mindful of the potential biases and limitations of AI technologies and take steps to mitigate any negative impacts on individuals or communities.
Finally, authors must adhere to our maximum AI content requirement of 25% (Will be check using Turnitin AI Service), which ensures that the use of AI in scientific writing is balanced and does not diminish the role of human expertise and judgment. The use of AI and AI-assisted technologies should only be employed where it provides clear benefits to the scientific analysis and conclusions presented in the manuscript.
This requirement is in place to promote balanced and responsible use of AI in scientific writing, and to ensure that the role of human expertise and judgment is not diminished by the use of automated tools. It also ensures that readers can properly evaluate the scientific findings presented in the manuscript, as they will have a clear understanding of the relative contributions of AI and human knowledge and analysis.
Overall, our journal is committed to promoting responsible and transparent use of AI and AI-assisted technologies in scientific writing. By establishing clear rules and procedures and adhering to a maximum AI content requirement of 25%, we aim to maintain the highest standards of scientific rigor and ethical practice.