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Journals may soon use antiplagiarism software on their authors

23 Apr 2008
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Most academic publishers screen for plagiarism the old-fashioned way: manually. They rely on peer reviewers with expertise in a submitted article's subject area to catch poaching from previously published literature.

Soon, academic journals may turn the antiplagiarism software that professors have been using against their students on the professors themselves.

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