Wei Zhou, associated professor of School of Foreign Studies, Harbin Engineering University.
He was born in Harbin, Heilongjiang, P.R. China, in 1970. He received the Master’s degree from King’s College, London, UK. Now, he is an associated professor and teaches in School of Foreign Studies, Harbin Engineering University. His research interests include English language teaching, computer-aided translation, and translation technology.

Title: Academic Writing in the Context of AI Technology: Challenges and Solutions

Artificial intelligence (AI) technology has revolutionized various aspects of human life, including academia. The integration of AI in academic writing presents both opportunities and challenges for scholars, students, and institutions. This paper aims to explore the challenges for academic writers in the context of AI technology and propose strategies for effective academic writing that leverages AI tools. Academic writing in the context of AI technology presents unique challenges and opportunities. One of the main challenges is ensuring that the language used in academic papers is clear, concise, and accessible to a wider audience. This is particularly important when discussing complex topics such as machine learning algorithms, natural language processing, and computer vision. To overcome this challenge, researchers can stay informed about the latest developments in AI technology by attending conferences, reading journals and other publications, and participating in online forums and discussion groups. They can also collaborate with colleagues and experts in the field to learn and share knowledge and insights.