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This discussion focuses on academic publishing but readers should see the similarity between this and the future of open educational resources: "In the age of LLMs, Eisen pictures a future in which findings are published in an interactive, 'paper on demand' format rather than as a static, one-size-fits-all product. In this model, users could use a generative AI tool to ask queries about the experiments, data and analyses, which would allow them to drill into the aspects of a study that are most relevant to them. It would also allow users to access a description of the results that is tailored to their needs. 'I think it's only a matter of time before we stop using single narratives as the interface between people and the results of scientific studies,' says Eisen."

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