OpenAI, ChatGPT owner, launched ‘imperfect’ tool to detect AI-generated text

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OpenAI, the maker of the popular chatbot ChatGTP, announced the release of a software tool to identify text generated by artificial intelligence in a blog post on Wednesday.

ChatGPT is a free programme that generates text in response to a prompt, such as articles, essays, jokes, and even poetry, and it has gained widespread popularity since its release in November, despite concerns about copyright and plagiarism. The AI classifier, a language model trained on a dataset of pairs of human-written and AI-written text on the same topic, aims to differentiate AI-written text from human-written text. According to the company, it uses a variety of providers to address issues such as automated misinformation campaigns and academic dishonesty.

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OpenAI, ChatGPT owner, launched ‘imperfect’ tool to detect AI-generated text

OpenAI, the maker of the popular chatbot ChatGTP, announced the release of a software tool to identify text generated by artificial intelligence in a blog post on Wednesday.

ChatGPT is a free programme that generates text in response to a prompt, such as articles, essays, jokes, and even poetry, and it has gained widespread popularity since its release in November, despite concerns about copyright and plagiarism. The AI classifier, a language model trained on a dataset of pairs of human-written and AI-written text on the same topic, aims to differentiate AI-written text from human-written text. According to the company, it uses a variety of providers to address issues such as automated misinformation campaigns and academic dishonesty.

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