ChatGPT’s text ID reveals whether the content is written by a human or a computer
ChatGPT, which gained popularity in just a few weeks, drew criticism for its AI Chatbot. Essentially, this platform is so smart that all the user has to do is write a topic and it gives a full report on that topic that is not even plagiarized. Shortly after its use increased, many teachers expressed concern about students using ChatGPT to complete their assignments. Yesterday, the creator of ChatGPT, Open AI, launched a new AI rating tool to address these concerns. The text ID of this ChatGPT, a free tool, helps users determine whether a block of text is written by a human or a computer.
ChatGPT’s Text ID – Relief for Educators
Using this newly launched tool is quite easy. All we have to do is visit the AI classification, log in and copy and paste the text block that we need to check. Once this is done, the classifier ranks the text on the scale as AI-generated, possible, unclear, unlikely, or very unlikely.
This tool is great at tracking the concerns about AI-written text.
Of this, the company said:
“In our evaluations of a ‘challenge set’ of English texts, our classifier correctly identifies 26% of AI-written text (true positives) as ‘probably AI-written’, while falsely labeling human-written text as AI-written 9% of the time (false positives),”
Apart from that, the classifier has other shortcomings, for example, it works much worse with text less than 1000 words. Sometimes it identifies human-written content as computer-read content. Moreover, it only works well with English text.
Open AI is not the only platform that has released such a tool to detect whether text is computer generated or not. However, it seems to be more reliable than previous tools.
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