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Citing generative AI output

The Library has developed the following FAQs to assist you in verifying and citing output from generative artificial intelligence (AI) tools like chatGPT and Bing chat.

  • How can I tell if a citation exists or is accurate?
  • May I use the output of a generative AI tool as a source for my assessment?
  • ​​​​​​​How should I cite and reference the output from an AI tool in my reference list?


Library FAQs on verifying and citing AI output

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