OpenAI launches new tool to deter cheating on its own platform – with mixed results

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The Mercury News

ChatGPT — an artificial intelligence tool that can write essays, poems and emails on any subject with the click of a cursor — sent shockwaves throughout the education World when it was introduced late last year. Now, its creators have built a new program that can help catch students who use the AI bot to cheat. But instead of quelling teachers’ fears, the new detection tool has been somewhat of a letdown within the technology and education worlds. Created by San Francisco-based company OpenAI, the platform identifies AI-written text accurately only a quarter of the time — and gives a false pos…

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