If you are permitted to use generative AI and you reuse or paraphrase information from a generative AI program and/or use it to fine-tune your writing, you should acknowledge this fact.
Many citation styles are attempting to provide guidance as to whether and how ChatGPT and other generative artificial intelligence technologies should be cited. Just as these technologies are rapidly changing, you should anticipate that the citation guidance below may change. Be sure to check back regularly for any updates.
IEEE has not yet provided guidance for citing generative AI technologies. Many libraries are suggesting that the interaction be cited as a personal communication because it considered a non-recoverable source (the prompt and response cannot be saved and shared with others; similar searches would generate a different results for someone else). The artificial intelligence should be referenced in text but does not need to be included in a reference list.
Modern research tools lead to better results (OpenAI's ChatGPT, private communication, 10 March 2023).
You do not need to include an entry in the reference list.
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