School essays, client deliverables, news articles, code, and so much more can be generated using Artificial Intelligence. Though the quality of these AI-generated deliverables is less than perfect and varies by use case, millions of users are taking advantage of AI tools like ChatGPT for their benefit.
In January, CNN reported that ChatGPT “passed law exams in four courses at the University of Minnesota and another exam at University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business.” However, ChatGPT only passed with a C+ average – not exactly a stellar student!
While ChatGPT may not be able to replace the work of true star-students, educators have been scrambling to ensure their students are not using AI to help them cheat on their coursework or exams. There are already AI detection tools to determine whether a deliverable is AI-generated or not.
The AI detecting software will help to discourage students, workers, and others to fake their work by using AI. Tools like Copyleaks’ new AI content detection tool can help concerned educators and clients rest knowing the deliverables they receive are genuine and not AI generated.
Give it a try, put this article into AI Content Detector and see the difference between AI content and Human content.
Why AI Content Detection is Necessary
Artificial Intelligence will be the biggest story of 2023 and could even be the defining technological advancement of the decade. This isn’t a trend, and it isn’t a social media application. Investments in AI are reaching into the tens of billions by companies like Microsoft and Google.
Take the time now during the beginning stages of mass adoption to plan how you will handle AI-generated content. Whether you are an educator, manager, or CEO, you need to have an AI policy and strategy in place – the future is here and it’s moving very quickly.
How Will AI Detection Tools Affect You?
Simply put, if you’re completing your own work – whether you’re a student, programmer, or writer – then this likely doesn’t mean anything for you in the first place. However, if you do plan to leverage Artificial Intelligence tools, it’s important to know where the plagiarism line is, and to never cross it.
AI tools are new and exciting, but even one time plagiarizing – or claiming someone else’s work as your own – can ruin your reputation. There is no standard for AI and plagiarism as of yet; it’s just too new of a concept for there to be solid rules.
A basic guideline to follow is to be transparent about using AI in your work – whether it is for generating ideas or for automating workflows.
Look forward to more articles on AI in the months to come. As it continues to quickly develop, Sharp Decisions will be keeping an eye on the implementation and use of AI. To learn more about Sharp Decisions, get in touch with us here. For more insights, follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter, and find job opportunities on our careers page.