- Role of AI in Academic Publishing
- Benefits to Authors and Publishers
- Introduction to AI tool Trinka
- Improve Manuscript Quality with Trinka
Researchers often experience outright desk rejections despite numerous prudent grammar and spell checks before submission. One of the important criteria for manuscript acceptance is adherence to the standard format, style, and language requirements. This webinar introduced researchers to the application of AI in academic writing and publishing. It also familiarized them with Enago’s AI-based grammar correction and language enhancement tool ‘Trinka’ for academic and technical writing. Both authors and publishers are likely to benefit from this next-gen tool that is based on context-specific usage rather than on a defined set of grammatical and linguistic rules.
Through this session, researchers will learn:
- Overview of AI in academic publishing
- Benefits to authors and publishers
- Introduction to Trinka—An advanced grammar and language correction AI tool
- How Trinka can help authors improve the writing quality of their manuscripts
Trinka AI is a next-gen grammar correction and language enhancement writing assistant designed for academic and technical writing. Built by linguists, scientists, and language lovers, Trinka finds and corrects thousands of complex writing errors — so you don’t have to. Trinka corrects contextual spelling mistakes, checks for more than 3000 common grammar errors, enhances vocabulary usage, and provides writing suggestions. Trinka goes beyond grammar to help professionals and academics ensure professional, concise, and engaging writing. Trinka understands the nuances in expression of each subject and ensures the writing is fit for the subject. Trinka helps the author improve their writing quality, making it ready for the global audience.
About the Speaker
Tony O’Rourke, STM publishing and scholarly communication expert
Tony has more than 30 years of experience in the scientific, technical, and medical (STM) publishing/scholarly communication sector. He graduated from one of Germany’s leading business schools, Fachhochschule Reutlingen and Middlesex University. Since graduating, he has established himself in professional publishing, having held senior roles at IOP Publishing and Royal College of Nursing (RCNi). At Enago, he is Vice President responsible for partnerships with publishers, professional societies and higher education organizations, making high-quality author services and knowledge/education services easily accessible for researchers and authors as well as launching AI products for use in scientific writing. Tony has served on the Council and Board of ALPSP (Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers) and on the Serial Publishers Executive of the Publishers Association (UK).