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The Case Against Registered Reports

Interactive AI Magazine

Registered reports have been proposed as a way to move from eye-catching and surprising results and toward methodologically sound practices and interesting research questions. However, none of the top-twenty artificial intelligence journals support registered reports, and no traces of registered reports can be found in the field of artificial intelligence. Is this because they do not provide value for the type of research that is conducted in the field of artificial intelligence? Registered reports have been touted as one of the solutions to the problems surrounding the reproducibility crisis. They promote good research practices and combat data dredging1.