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Artificial Intelligence tools

Note about Artificial Intelligence tools

Please check with your subject's Lead educator before using any Artificial Intelligence tools in your work.

For more information, see the Library FAQs on artificial intelligence and the university's Generative Artificial Intelligence (GAI) webpage.

See 7.12

  • There is no specific rule for citing Artificial Intelligence tools in the AGLC, however if you are citing one of these tools, the current advice is to use Rule 7.12: Written Correspondence.
  • Discursive text may be used in the footnote to provide information about the prompts used to generate the output, See 1.1.5.
  • An appendix may be used in order to provide comprehensive information about the series of prompts and outputs used to generate the output.
  • These sources won't have pinpoints.
Output from | Program, Creator | to Recipient, | Full Date | Pinpoint.

 

Examples

Output from ChatGPT, OpenAI to Jamie Bond, 4 May 2023.

Output from ChatGPT, OpenAI to Jamie Bond, 5 May 2023. The output was generated in response to the prompt, ‘Provide an overview of the Australian legal system’: see below Appendix A.