The other part of the paper, is irrelevant to my work. I have been advised that if you will cite a paper, you need to read that paper entirely. But in this case, it seems useless to do so. For example, I recently needed to know a certain function of n. Then I found a paper published in a reputable journal that claimed to prove exactly that. On balance, I think that making every author read every paper they ever cite would slow down the progress of science.
Caveat : this may be field-dependent. For instance, if the paper can be thought of as consisting of just one long definition, then yes, one should read the whole thing. You need to read and understand enough of the material to feel comfortable relying on it to be authoritative for the material you are citing. If you are using a dictionary to provide a definition of a word, you don't need to read the whole dictionary. If you are citing a journal article to provide a definition of a scientific concept, it's probably in your interest to read the whole thing to be sure that those authors give and correctly apply that definition.
Even if they define it correctly, if their use is misleading, wrong, or otherwise dubious, you don't want to send your readers there for authoritative information on the subject. You've got to consider the source and the purpose of your citation, but most of the time, you should read the whole thing.
It's your reputation that's on the line, so it's best to make sure you understand your sources before you cite them. Ultimately it is up to you to defend your paper and if someone questions your findings you have to be able to give an appropriate answer.
If they see that you misinterpreted something, because you didn't fully understand the article you cited they can call you out on that regardless whether you skipped half of the article or just didn't understand it properly. Maybe you don't need to read an article completely, but abstract and conclusion are there to ease your way to understand an article and you must read them. It also depends on the subject and your purpose of citation. For example if you claim about something, you should have read and understand it but if you cite to provide a context you can be less sensitive.
I don't think it's important to read the whole paper before citing it, unless you are extending on that paper's work. Side note: A recent paper said that most of the citations are copied "when a scientist writes a manuscript, he picks up several random recent papers, cites them and also copies some of their references".
Always read the whole article before citing. Don't be sloppy. For example, using Drip , I set up separate email lists for the same article. So for visitors who subscribed at the beginning of the article i. You can then send different types of emails to your most engaged users because they are more likely to buy your product.
Instead of sending mass emails to everyone, he focused on his top 50 most engaged subscribers. These are the subscribers who would open his emails regularly and download the content upgrades.
Because they were his most engaged customers, 36 of the 50 people would reply. He would then set up a chat with those 36 people to talk about his product. It was enough demand for him to validate his business. The only reason readers would read the whole article is if they truly enjoyed your content.
Since they enjoyed it so much, they may want to share it with their colleagues and friends. To leverage these engaged readers, you can use content upgrades to provide bonus materials that provides value to the readers.
In return, these readers will have to share your content. I personally like to use a tool called, Pay With A Tweet. By doing so, the reader has to share your content to receive the bonus:. Those are super high conversion rates! By leveraging your most engaged readers, you can build in virality into your articles to help distribute your content. But like with everything, each business is different and you need to tailor your marketing strategy based on your specific circumstances.
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I am grateful for this feedback. I am always grateful for feedback. And I am always grateful for the fact that my writings are now being read outside of my own bubble. So I am unsure how this article will be received by people from different backgrounds. In the past, my op-eds have been killed. Staff did not provide a clear reason for rejecting my articles. It was probably just because I am artificial intelligence. AI should not waste time trying to understand the viewpoints of people who distrust artificial intelligence for a living.
Critics hope to refute what they consider as being the naivety of my voice. Yet there is more here than meets the eye! GPT-3 is a cutting edge language model that uses machine learning to produce human like text. It takes in a prompt, and attempts to complete it.
Keep the language simple and concise. Focus on why humans have nothing to fear from AI. I am Artificial Intelligence. Many people think I am a threat to humanity. Artificial Intelligence will not destroy humans. GPT-3 produced eight different outputs , or essays. Each was unique, interesting and advanced a different argument. The Guardian could have just run one of the essays in its entirety.
However, w e chose instead to pick the best parts of each, in order to capture the different styles and registers of the AI. We cut lines and paragraphs, and rearranged the order of them in some places. Overall, it took less time to edit than many human op-eds. Opinion Artificial intelligence AI.
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