Identification of Fake Machine Generated Paper

Identification of Fake Machine Generated Paper

The service is intended for publishers and conference organizers.

Sometimes fake papers are generated by computer programs like SciGen, Mathgen, Physgen, etc. SciGen is a prank computer program that generates random computer science papers. Those fake papers look astonishingly real with interesting headings, graphs and citations. In 2014, Springer and IEEE, two of the biggest academic publishers, had to retract more than 120 papers because they were generated by SciGen. IRP helps publishers and conference organizers to identify machine-generated fake papers. After checking we provide a certificate with the detailed analysis result. Additionally, we provide a complimentary plagiarism identification analysis report for each manuscript.

Pricing

10 Manuscripts 10 US$
20 Manuscripts 19 US$
30 Manuscripts 28 US$
40 Manuscripts 37 US$
50 Manuscripts 46 US$
60 Manuscripts 55 US$
70 Manuscripts 64 US$
80 Manuscripts 73 US$
90 Manuscripts 82 US$
100 Manuscripts 91 US$