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ChatGPT: The World's Most Prolific Biography Author
Recently, The New York Times covered the recent proliferation of AI-generated biographies. When a former editor of The New York Times passed away, his grieving family noticed that, in addition to a few lovely obituaries, there were half a dozen biographies cropping up on Amazon. How did someone write a whole book so quickly? Some were even published on the day he died. It turns out that this book is just one example of a new, ethically-murky subgenre of literature: AI-generated biographies tha
Feb 28, 2024
Beginning, middle, end
Writing Tip: Conduct experiments with the way you structure your writing and language. It’s okay not to adhere to a perfectly structured framework. There’s no substitute for the richness of human language. When you’re in middle school English class and you first learn about writing, teachers encourage a formulaic writing structure. You might write a thesis statement, and then every subsequent paragraph maps back to that thesis statement, until the final concluding paragraph that wraps it all
Feb 26, 2024
Why did the GPT cross the road?
Writing Tip: ChatGPT doesn’t have a sense of humor. If you can inject your own sense of levity, weirdness, quirkiness, or humor into your writing, you’re doing something that AI can’t. What makes someone funny? Is it something that a Large Language Learning model can emulate? If an LLM could mimic the complex set of psychological, social, and biological factors that turn someone into the class clown, would it succeed in making you laugh? If you prompt ChatGPT to be funny, it might be able to
Feb 24, 2024
GPTZero Writing Tip: The Queen is Dead
AI: ‘It is with the deepest sorrow that we announce the passing of Her Majesty, the Queen.’ AI Prompted to Sound Like Shakespeare: In profoundest grief, we doth herald the demise of Her Majesty, the Queen. Shakespeare: The Queen, my lord, is dead. Literary scholars have pointed out that for the famous line in Macbeth Act 5, Scene 4, Shakespeare had at least two if not three other options for announcing the Queen’s death. * The Queen is dead, my lord. * My lord, the Queen is dead. * An
Feb 6, 2024
Product Updates: January 29, 2024
At GPTZero, we're committed to building in public because of our desire to move in lock-step with our users every step of the way. As such, we've started publishing a bi-weekly product update. This update will often be a round-up of the new features and/or enhancements and bug fixes released during the period between updates. On occasion, we'll include announcements of exciting new things we have in the pipeline. With that, here's what we've been up to the last two weeks! Writing Feedback Is
Jan 31, 2024
AI Detection is No Longer Binary
During the initial phase of widespread AI adoption, the world became awash with copycats. With little understanding of hallucinations or how LLMs work, people copied and pasted directly from AI writing assistants and passed it off as their own work. This was a largely experimental phase, where AI was brand new and people were experimenting with the form. We’re now entering a new phase of GPT usage. Writers, students, and users of AI writing assistants are growing more sophisticated than to sim
Jan 25, 2024
How the Best AI Detector Provides Interpretable Scores
TLDR: For a brief summary of this post, please see our support page. Being innovative often requires challenging orthodoxy and thinking from first principles. But what does this process mean in the context of a domain as young as AI text detection? Although the approaches used for detecting AI text are evolving, there is a baked-in assumption in the output of most detectors that a piece of text is either written by a human or an AI, but not both. This false dichotomy makes sense primarily in sc
Jan 12, 2024
5 Steps Towards Responsible AI Detection
Moments before signing a landmark partnership impacting millions of teachers, our partners at the American Federation of Teachers asked us a question. What does it mean to use your tool responsibly? Ever since GPTZero started the AI detection movement last year, our team has been grappling with how we can continue to lead responsibly and set global standards for this technology. Our answer returns to a core mission — to restore human connection, in spaces strained by AI. It means not defaultin
Dec 20, 2023
Understanding AI Detection Results with Deep Analysis
The GPTZero team is committed to machine learning interpretability as a core aspect of our mission of preserving human value. In a significant step towards this goal, we released our Deep Analysis feature this week for premium users (shown in Figure 1). Users are able to activate this feature by enabling the Deep Analysis switch on the dashboard when scanning a document. This view provides a novel perspective into how our models reason about a given document to determine whether or not it was
Nov 26, 2023
Towards Saving the Internet: Introducing 'Save Scans' on Origin
Today, we’re excited to announce a major update to Origin — giving users the ability to transfer and save content discovered on our Origin chrome extension for further analysis in the GPTZero Dashboard. This feature builds upon Origin’s last update, which enabled the scanning of entire websites for AI analysis. We realized that just scanning as you browse wasn't enough. People needed a way to remember, revisit, and re-analyze the content they encounter daily. The New Power of Origin With
Nov 2, 2023
ESL Bias in AI Detection is an Outdated Narrative
Recently, we've seen the resurfacing of a previous narrative on (social) media that AI identification is biased against and failing ESL students. But this is an outmoded view from out-of-date research. In this article, we revisit the original study on ESL bias from Stanford University, and discuss the progress GPTZero has made in mitigating detection bias. Finally we replicate and re-run the original study with the same dataset and parameters outlined by Stanford researchers to demonstrate conc
Oct 25, 2023
GPTZero Partners with American Federation of Teachers (AFT) to Introduce New AI Education Tools to Classrooms
In October, GPTZero and the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) announced our new partnership to build a pedagogical framework and tools for responsible AI adoption in education. This new alliance is the first of its kind between an AI technology company and a teachers union with over a million members, working to bridge the gap between AI technologies and our classrooms. Working with AI, not against it There is, without a doubt, a place for AI in the classroom, according to Randi Weinga
Oct 19, 2023
How Teachers and Students Can Prevent AI Cheating and Save the College Essay
This essay is a part of a GPTZero Series of where we are giving a voice to writers around the world. Please feel free to reach out to GPTZero if you are interested in sharing your opinions on writing and voice on our platform, please email
My name is Kellie and I am a professional writer and editor that has helped hundreds of students compose compelling essays over the past decade. With the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) programs like ChatGPT, many are saying that the col
Oct 7, 2023
The Next Generation of Turing Tests
On Friday, September 15, the GPTZero research team ran a human study with more than fifty AI researchers from the University of Toronto Vector AI Institute and affiliate groups. The results were conclusive that even the researchers most familiar with AI language models are unable to discern patterns of AI writing without GPTZero assistance. The study started with members of the GPTZero machine learning team attending the Vector Institute for AI career fair, alongside a variety of companies pi
Sep 28, 2023
AI Conversations with Teachers: Henna Punjabi
For today's iteration of 'AI Conversations with Teachers,' I am speaking with Henna Punjabi. Henna is an Instructional Designer for Texas State University Libraries, with a passion for creating online curricula that effectively help students learn. Having experienced the highs and lows of online education as a student during COVID-19, Henna has a unique perspective on the importance of designing educational content that is engaging and effective. With her expertise in instructional design, she i
Aug 28, 2023
Deep Learning Model Updates
How GPTZero is improving research and accuracies for GPT4 detection
Alex Cui, CTO at GPTZero
Jul 4, 2023
A Statistical Defence for AI Detection
Perplexity and Burstiness Behind Fingerprinting the AI
Edward Tian, CEO at GPTZero
Jun 1, 2023
GPTZero: Schools Out
diving into summer and the wild new world of AI
May 16, 2023
GPTZero vs Turnitin 🤺
Why Goliath can not beat us ☄️
Apr 28, 2023
What happens when GPT4 Comes Out
What happens when GPT4 comes out? We shed some light with llama.
Mar 7, 2023
Educational Models and GPTZero LMS Integration
Feb 20, 2023
Entering an AI Detection an Armsrace
Thanks for following us on GPTZero’s development! This week, we’re trying...
Feb 7, 2023