Early next year, the Springer Nature publishing group will launch a new subscription journal devoted to artificial intelligence. Like its other journals, Nature will impose a pay wall and restrict access to paying customers - a move that isn't going over well with AI researchers, who say a for-profit subscription journal is not what the field needs right now.
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"Threshold" is one of the most infamous Star Trek episodes ever. You know what' we're talking about - the one with Warp 10 and the weird evolved amphibians. Well, it was also the recent subject of a fake scientific research paper submitted in a test to expose the ever-growing problem of "predatory" scientific journals.
Probably the suckiest thing about science is the fact that lots of the time you can't read the research yourself. If it isn't open access and you're interested, either you shell out $46 for a pdf, email someone asking for it, or settle with listening to some dummy like me interpret the results peppered with quotes and my biases.