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Editorial Snapshot: Machine translation in academic writing and publishing

- C.C., Editor

In the last issue of our newsletter, we tackled the looming question of AI and its potential to shake up the field of academic publishing. This time, we take a look at machine translation. Tools such as Google Translate have been around for years, and have now been joined by such newcomers as DeepL. The techniques utilized to power these tools have increased in sophistication over the years, with most now using variations of machine learning and neural networks. This is particularly exciting, given that while English is the predominant language of research publications, much research is conducted in non-English-speaking countries. The inequity this has produced is something that some researchers believe machine translation could help ameliorate in the future.

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Science News: What we can learn from indigenous cultures about medicine

– K.J., Editor

Scientists are constantly searching for new organisms that can be used to create medicines and remedies for various illnesses. Expeditions into wild and dangerous terrain are risky, but necessary, since a lot of common diseases are becoming increasingly resistant to current therapeutic drugs. For instance, new antibiotics may be needed to treat constantly-evolving infections such as multi-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.

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Editorial Snapshot: How AI Might Change the Future of Academic Writing and Publishing

- C.C., Editor

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been attracting great interest in recent years with breakthroughs like the solving of the protein folding problem by the team at Google DeepMind. Despite this, few have considered how AI might impact, or even be applicable to, academic writing and publishing. A recent development has completely changed all of that.

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Science News: How elders contribute to society

– K.J., Editor

Humanity has always strived for longevity. Since one parameter that indicates the health of a society is living to an advanced age, global society promotes healthy living and puts significant effort into health and medicine to help humans reach this milestone. However, we require the support of elders themselves to make this a reality.

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