Writing your homework using ChatGPT? OpenAI launches new tool that can help detect AI-written text
The parent company of ChatGPT, has now launched a new tool which can detect AI generated content.
The new AI-detection tool is called “The AI Text Classifier”. It is a fine-tuned GPT model that predicts whether a piece of text was generated by AI from a variety of sources, such as ChatGPT.“This classifier is available as a tool to spark discussions on AI literacy,” the website reads.
if ChatGPT has written something for you, it can be detected using the new tool. This means, you will no longer be able to get work done without anyone noticing.
You can use the same login details that you use in ChatGPT to log in to the AI Text classifier.
However, there are a few things that you need to remember before checking texts for plagiarism using the AI Text Classifier tool. The text that you copy on the dialogue box should be around 250. It can be more than that too, but not less than that.
OpenAI says that the classifier is not always accurate. It can mislabel both AI-generated and human-written text. Further, the website mentioned that the AI-generated text can be edited easily to evade the classifier.