Use of artificial intelligence
Large Language Models (LLM), such as ChatGPT, do not meet the authorship criteria because they do not have the appropriate contribution to be considered an author, and their authorship cannot be guaranteed by signing a License Agreement. If an LLM was used in the study, this should be properly indicated in the Materials and Methods section.
If authors of review manuscripts plan to use LLM, they should report the nature and extent of their use.
Authors are responsible for the correctness, completeness, and accuracy of the information provided in the manuscript, in the preparation of which LLM was used.
Authors are required to confirm the absence of plagiarism in their manuscript, not limited to text, but including images, tables, other data created using LLM. All materials must be credited, as well as, where appropriate, a full citation of the relevant materials.
The appropriateness of using LLM will be further evaluated by the editor and specialists at the stage of double-blind peer review.
Reviewers should refrain from uploading manuscripts to the LLM software or using other LLM technologies that could lead to a breach of confidentiality.
The fact of using or not using AI should be indicated in the text of the article in the appropriate section.