OpenAI, the San Francisco-based research firm behind ChatGPT, written in AI Text and human-written text.
office announced the release It’s meant to gather feedback and share ways it can be improved in the future.
The creators of ChatGPT warn that it is impossible to reliably detect all text written by AI. However, the company believes a good classifier can help flag automated misinformation campaigns, position AI chatbots as humans, and use AI tools. academic misconduct.
The launch of “Al Text Classifier” comes after a week-long debate in schools and colleges over concerns that ChatGPT’s ability to write almost anything on command will foster academic fraud and impede learning. was broken.
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Teens and college students were among the millions of people who began trying ChatGPT after it launched as a free application on OpenAI’s website on November 30. And while many have found creative and harmless ways to use it, the ease with which they can answer take-home test questions or help with other assignments is a major draw among some educators. It caused panic.
By the time the new semester begins, new york cityLos Angeles, and other large public school districts have begun blocking their use on classroom and school devices.
The longer the passage of text, the better the tool can detect if something was written by an AI or a human. Enter any text, such as a college entrance exam essay or a literary analysis of Ralph Ellison’s “Invisible Man,” and the tool will generate AI-generated “very unlikely, unlikely, unknown, likely label as “high or probable”.
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But just like ChatGPT itself, which has been trained on tons of digitized books, newspapers, and online writings, but often spouts out falsehoods and nonsense with confidence, how did it come to fruition? is not easy to interpret.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.