Episode 76: Academic Writing in the Time of AI, with Prof. Lennart Nacke

47m | Feb 19, 2024

In this episode of the Struggling Scientists podcast, we dive into the world of academic writing in the era of artificial intelligence. Join hosts Suzanne and Jayron as they talk to Prof. Lennart Nacke, a pioneering figure in user experience, human-computer interaction, and game design at the University of Waterloo.

Lennart, with an impressive portfolio of over 200 papers and 30,000 citations, shares invaluable insights on the evolution of writing practices amidst the rapid integration of AI. From enhancing research methodologies to reshaping publication strategies, this conversation sheds light on how academics can harness AI tools to elevate their writing and research outcomes.

🎧 Tune in to explore:

- The role of mindset in embracing AI as an assistant in academic writing.

- Ethical considerations and best practices for utilizing AI tools.

- The future of academic publishing with AI integration.

- Practical advice for PhD students and early career researchers navigating AI in their work.

Don't miss this episode full of expert dialogue, personal anecdotes, and forward-thinking perspectives on the intersection of AI and academic writing.

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