Inside the post-ChatGPT scramble to create AI essay detectors

From Times Higher Education: “Universities may be more likely to stick to what they know, and whatever is developed by Turnitin is likely to be in as much, if not more, demand as its plagiarism checker – which received 232 million submissions in 2021. The company’s chief product officer, Annie Chechitelli, said an AI detector was already in development … A prototype of the software in development has already been shared by the company. It analyses a text to show how many of the sentences were probably written by ChatGPT – and to what degree of certainty. Although certainly a challenge, Ms Chechitelli said she was confident that the tool would work with a high level of accuracy.”

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