Meet GPTZero: The AI-Powered AI Plagiarism detection Program

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Edward Tian, a college student studying computer science and journalism at Princeton University, recently created an app called GPTZero to help detect whether the text was written by AI or a human. The motivation behind the app was to help combat increasing AI plagiarism.

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To analyze text, GPTZero uses metrics such as perplexity and burstiness. Perplexity measures how complex the text is, while burstiness measures how randomly it is written. This allows GPTZero to accurately detect whether an essay was written by a human or by ChatGPT.

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Source: Meet GPTZero: The AI-Powered Anti-Plagiarism Program | by Liquid Ocelot | InkWater Atlas | Jan, 2023 | Medium

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