Screening of Plagiarism and AI Assistance
The authors should ensure that they have written entirely original works and if the authors have used the work or words of others that this has been appropriately cited or quoted. The author should be a concerned with significant parts of the work have not been published. The author also respects the Author Guidelines of Jurnal Studi Komunikasi regarding the redundant, duplicate or fraudulent publication entirely.
Jurnal Studi Komunikasi is against any case of plagiarism on its own merits, including self-plagiarism.
Before the author submits the manuscript to Jurnal Studi Komunikasi, please at least to check the similarity of the paper. You can upload the similarity test result on Supplementary Files.
Starting in November 2019, Jurnal Studi Komunikasi used Turnitin to check the similarity of every manuscript. The only paper with a below 20% score will be processed to the Editorial Board.
AI Assistance and Regulations
Our publication is dedicated to advancing the ethical application of artificial intelligence (AI) in the realm of scientific writing. Consequently, a set of explicit regulations and protocols has been implemented to guarantee transparency, accountability, and equilibrium in the utilisation of artificial intelligence (AI) and AI-assisted technology.
It is imperative for authors to include full disclosure regarding the utilisation of artificial intelligence (AI) or AI-assisted technologies in their article. This includes explicitly mentioning the software, algorithms, or tools employed for data generation or analysis, as well as any AI-generated content that has been incorporated. In addition, it is imperative for authors to furnish a lucid and comprehensive account elucidating the manner in which artificial intelligence (AI) or AI-assisted technologies were employed, as well as their role in augmenting the scientific discoveries expounded upon in the paper.
In addition, it is imperative that any content generated by artificial intelligence and included in the manuscript adheres to the principles of accuracy, transparency, and appropriate attribution. It is imperative to ensure the provision of explicit citations and references for any text, figures, or tables generated by artificial intelligence.
It is imperative for authors to guarantee that the utilisation of artificial intelligence (AI) and AI-assisted technologies in the realm of scientific writing does not compromise ethical standards or perpetuate any form of harm or inequality. It is imperative for individuals and communities to exercise caution regarding the potential biases and limits inherent in AI technologies, and to proactively implement measures aimed at mitigating any adverse effects.
Authors are required to comply with our maximum AI content limit of 15% (to be verified using the Turnitin AI Service). This criterion aims to maintain a balanced use of AI in scientific writing, while preserving the significance of human expertise and judgement. The utilisation of artificial intelligence (AI) and AI-assisted technologies should be restricted to cases where they offer evident advantages to the scientific analysis and conclusions expounded in the publication.
The implementation of this stipulation serves the purpose of fostering equitable and conscientious utilisation of artificial intelligence (AI) in the realm of scientific writing. It also guarantees that the significance of human skill and discernment remains undiminished in the face of automated tools. Additionally, this practice guarantees that readers are able to effectively assess the scientific discoveries outlined in the text, as they will possess a comprehensive comprehension of the respective contributions made by artificial intelligence and human expertise and examination.
In general, starting August 2023 our publication is dedicated to advancing the principles of accountability and transparency in the utilisation of artificial intelligence and AI-assisted technologies within the realm of scientific writing. In order to uphold the utmost standards of scientific rigour and ethical conduct, our objective is to set explicit regulations and protocols, while strictly adhering to a prescribed limit of 15% for AI-generated content.