Makers Of ChatGPT Launch New Tool That Helps Educators Spot Content Produced By AI

A new tool is up and running by the makers of ChatGPT and it’s designed to assist educators in spotting texts produced by AI-powered technology.

In case you did not know, the particular language model by OpenAI called ChatGPT has really made it big in the industry and we can understand why there are plenty of hopes attached to this other new tool getting launched today.

While the makers of this feature claim it’s not the best or 100% accurate, one thing is for sure. It might be giving the whole AI-driven technology a new outlook of positivity as it detects homework produced in this manner.

It’s been two months since the launch of ChatGPT and a lot of teachers are unhappy with the program. Students are sending in their essays and homework through the language model and it’s so hard to detect if the content is original or copied because that’s how great some of the output is turning out to be.

Producing an essay in the blink of an eye is now trending and educators want it to end.

But OpenAI says that it’s trying to bring about as much assistance to people with this feature as possible. And this initiative seems to be traveling in the right direction we feel.

The producuct is called an AI text classifier and users can check if the student produced the work or if he used AI to make it. Moreover, they add how excited they are about using this new product as the beginning point of great breakthroughs in the world of teaching and learning.

Yes, it’s not foolproof in design but it’s quite possible to detect text written through this means and will identify those students making false claims that the work is indeed theirs.

With time, the reliability does increase as the among of input text increases. The positive-to-negative ratio is high, 26:9 and that means it’s more likely to detect something right than it is wrong. So many are calling this out as an anti-cheating application as was produced by one student who hails from Princeton University.
Such classifiers seem to be of the utmost importance as they highlight misinformation and prove what was made by a bot and what was designed by a human through the likes of simple text.

New technology is now raising major concerns about cheating but that’s not the only thing that experts are worried about. They are definitely more concerned about hackers using such means to give out step-by-step instructions on how users may end up hacking websites. After just a 45-minute period linked to chatting, researchers get all the necessary details about how they can exploit a particular website and make it more vulnerable to attack.

So as you can see, the concerns of the world are plenty and OpenAI really has a long way to go before it can make people think positively about the pros of AI-based technology instead of the cons.

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