OpenAI, the company behind ChatGPT launched a tool to detect the content generated by ChatGPT. It is called an AI Text Classifier. The tool is available for free and when you run a text in it, it will show when the text was generated and for what question it was generated.
AI Text Classifier will detect ChatGPT-generated content
ChatGPT has been in the news since its launch in November 2022. It has been touted to be a good alternative to Google. It is being used by many people to find answers to questions, write code, and do a lot of things that normally take a lot of time using other tools. People are using it to even generate content for their blogs. Students are using it to complete their assignments. ChatGPT has been used by all for various tasks.
The AI Text Classifier is a well-tuned GPT model that predicts how the text is generated by AI from a variety of sources, such as ChatGPT. The tool not only detects the content generated on ChatGPT but has the ability to detect the content generated by other generative models.
The tool comes with certain limitations. To run the tool, you need to have a minimum of 1000 characters or 150-200 words. OpenAI also says that the tool might not be accurate at all times. It might mislabel both AI-generated text and human-written text. It cannot detect the text that is edited after generating it using AI tools.
The AI Text Classifier is trained to detect content generated in English written by adults. If the content is written by children, the tool may find it difficult to detect. Each document or text you run through the AI Text Classifier is labeled as either very unlikely, unlikely, unclear if it is, possibly, or likely AI-generated.
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ChatGPT has been free until now. OpenAI has now launched ChatGPT Pro for $20 a month to use ChatGPT on a priority basis without errors or server-down issues. This comes as a surprise to ChatGPT users who use it for various tasks and automate them.