The Future of Writing and Research Publication

The good thing about writing, and most writers would agree, is that it is therapeutic and fun, as psychologists would point out. Despite all the fun that comes with writing, it is such a taxing affair, and some people would rather do something else. Perhaps the fun bit about it is through the works being approved for publication because this is always the homestretch of a long journey home.

Do you know what is almost similar to such an experience? Research. It can get worst, especially when it is long, in-depth, complex, and academic research. Worst of it is that most researches similar to writing need approval before their publication. It means that your facts must be right, or your work will be rendered null and void. Since both research and writing require keen eyes, how do their future look like? 

The Technology Effect

It is not doubted technology has influenced every aspect of our lives, both scientific and arts in general. Writing is both a science and art through spaces such as Bentham Science; the future of research publishing ad writing is secure and promising. The technology involved in publishing superseded the keen human eye for details – a desired trait in any publishing firm. Also, through collaborations and partnerships that come with the Bentham Science Open, the writers and researchers in different fields will be able to learn and interact with each other. Writing tech symposiums and events of such nature are poised to enable writers to flourish in their research areas. Therefore, the perception of technology negatively affecting human life is not true. Technology is there to play a huge role in education in improving humans in aspects such as journals and publishing. 

In conclusion, the future of writing, research, and publication are all intertwined in technology. The two are connected and happen in stages, starting with research, writing then publishing once the piece is approved. Education will be made better this way with perhaps virtual writing and research hubs. Science will be a great beneficiary to such a project through articles and journals. The generation involved in making all these a reality is the one in the fourth revolution technology. Someone might think that editors and sub-editors might be done away with but remember, technology is set to work on an algorithm that is never absolute. Therefore, humans and technology will work collaboratively to achieve this dream effectively.