For my undergraduate project, we created an application that provided a bunch of features for small companies to analyze their target customers and public opinions. It was opinion mining of social media networks basically. Halfway through the project, our advisor asked us to compile the work in a paper and publish it in Springer/IEEE conferences or journals. However, we are not required by the university to do this. We never intended to indulge ourselves in academia, publishing papers and what not. We just used a basic LSTM network, used existing datasets for the sentiment analysis part of the project. We did a simple comparison of models like BiLSTM and vanilla LSTM though. Our project is basically a product.
Despite telling them that the project we have done is quite trivial and no top journal will accept it (which is what I think anyway), they are insisting (or better, hell-bent) on writing a paper. The team is also going separate ways and work at companies starting next week, so we won't have time to work with this anyway. Where should I go from here?