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I am doing research for PhD in Artificial Intelligence.

When I started my first writing I used to look for any article in the web.

There are many articles in good websites that are specialized in AI

the problem is that the authers of those articles are just names and minimum info and no referencing in these articles.

going further in writing I wanted to have more reliable resources

so, I wanted to change the reference in my paper by finding a more reliable papers/studies but without changing anything in the writing.

Example :

AI is a replication of human intlligence that is performed by machine[1]

References [1] : https://searchenterpriseai.techtarget.com/definition/AI-Artificial-Intelligence

Now I want to do this

AI is a replication of human intlligence that is performed by machine[1]

References [1] : https://www.aaai.org/ojs/index.php/aimagazine/article/view/623/556

does this contradict with any ethics or copy rights or any other thing?

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    First, you probably want to check your spellings! Second, make sure the reference you are citing has the correct info/fact. If [1] has opinions or concepts that are owned by the authors of [1], then you cannot change [1] willy-nilly. For all fundamental or well-known concepts, I would always reference a book or the original paper. – Prof. Santa Claus Apr 7 at 4:25

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