Microgravity causes some health concerns in the long run, so it has been proposed that one could create what is often called "artificial gravity" by rotating the space station. This is not strictly physically correct and may spread misunderstandings about physics. So what should we call it?
"Artificial" refers to something humans create. We can't create gravity, so the word artificial has sometimes been exchanged for "simulated" or "emulated". But I think that the problem is that it isn't gravity, it is an acceleration which we do create artificially, so it is rather that word which needs replacement. However, "artificial acceleration" doesn't reveal that it is a rotating acceleration. How is this confusion clarified in a physically correct terminology which still can work as "a term" consisting of at most three or so words?
"-Is it gravity?" "-Nope!"
"-Is it centrifugal force?" "-Nope, that stuff doesn't even exist."