Which journals want articles on generative AI?

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Posted by Lea Bishop, community karma 27
In January, I wrote a short thought piece on ChatGPT. It has already been cited 46 times and downloaded by 5500+ readers. 

A law-specific companion piece is shortlisted by legal scholars at UC BerkeleyPepperdineSuffolkLoyola, and American Association of Law Librarians.

Related presentations here and here.

Both essays are available for publication.

Free to a good home...

Given the time-sensitive nature of technology scholarship, my priority is speedy publication and indexing in Google Scholar, Lexis, Westlaw, etc.

I would submit the final draft(s) within weeks.

Comments and suggestions from all law students are very much appreciated -- I continue to build upon these ideas in new scholarship related to Claude.ai.
10 months ago

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Austin Fauni, community karma 59
Hi Lea, 

UC Law SF Communications & Entertainment Journal would be interested in reviewing your articles! We are currently accepting submissions for our upcoming Fall issue via our Scholastica page. 

Best, 
Austin Fauni 
Co-Editor-in-Chief 
comment@uclawsf.edu
10 months ago
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