Currently, our processes do not include the use of generative AI tools, but we do use machine learning models that we have developed in house. These models are trained specifically based on our extensive experience with the manual editing of academic manuscripts by our field experts. Our algorithms are designed to assist our human editors in refining the text and avoiding inconsistencies rather than in creating new content.
We also use commercially available tools (e.g., Microsoft Word and EndNote), which utilize machine learning algorithms. Our use of machine learning tools is stated in our Terms of Service: “You agree to permit AJE to use proprietary automation that may apply machine learning techniques to your Content for the future improvement of the Services."
Our toolset also includes in-house-developed and commercially available rules-based tools to correct common phrasing, formatting, and spelling errors that our editors see across various disciplines. These tools allow our human editors to focus on more complex language issues in a more efficient manner.
If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.