Artificial Intelligence in academic research

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https://doi.org/10.5585/2023.25408

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Artificial Intelligence, Editorial comment., Academic Research

Abstract

Artificial intelligence (AI) has established itself as a transformative force in the digital era, influencing not only companies but also the field of academic research. This technological evolution, together with the exponential growth of data, is reshaping organizations, societies, and economies (George, Osinga, Lavie, & Scott, 2016). However, the application of AI in academic research is still in its early stages, and many academic journals are beginning to address its judicious use.

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Author Biographies

Angelica Pigola, University Nove de Julho - Uninove / São Paulo (SP)

Graduate Program in Administration at Nove de Julho University - Uninove

Isabel Cristina Scafuto, Universidade Nove de Julho - Uninove / São Paulo (SP)

Graduate Program in Project Management at Nove de Julho University - Uninove

Priscila Rezende da Costa, Universidade Nove de Julho - Uninove / São Paulo (SP)

Graduate Program in Administration and Graduate Program in Project Management at Nove de Julho University

Vania Maria Jorge Nassif, Universidade Nove de Julho - Uninove / São Paulo (SP)

Graduate Program in Administration at Nove de Julho University - Uninove

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20.12.2023

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Pigola, A., Scafuto, I. C., da Costa, P. R., & Nassif, V. M. J. (2023). Artificial Intelligence in academic research . International Journal of Innovation, 11(3), e25408. https://doi.org/10.5585/2023.25408

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