Plagiarism is presenting others' work, ideas and more as one's own. This includes the following:
Plagiarism can also occur when you do not cite your own previously published work.
Note: One exception is facts aka common knowledge. For example, you do not need to cite: the earth is round.
How to Avoid Plagiarism?
To avoid plagiarizing, you must cite your sources.
You must attribute ownership to the original creator of a resource, even when you do not see copyright-protection notice.
Why Cite Others?
Large language models (LLMs) are an interesting innovation. However, they are not always accurate, for example LLMs:
Therefore, you must independently verify the accuracy of information provided by LLMs.
Last updated October 11, 2023