GPTZero and other tools, including one from OpenAI, will make it more difficult to "sneak" jobs


With how much fun I was having, writing articles by copying and pasting what ChatGPT told me. Well, not me, but there are a lot of people, especially students, who are taking advantage of the latest great sensation on the net to do their jobs. Chat GPT it can do a lot, and it tries to do it with a natural language, so it's hard to tell when a text has been written by a human and when it hasn't. But that seems to have its days numbered thanks to tools like GTP Zero.

It has always been said, that made the law, made the trap. Here it will be a bit the opposite, rather the trap made, made the law. When ChatGPT started to go viral, many thought "why bother if I can do the same with this tool?", and the bot has been in charge of writing many texts. Those who have to correct this type of work will be happy to know that GPTZero is here to help them know if the student is a diligent student or an accomplished cheater.

GPTZero on the web or Detect GPT as an extension

If we go to this link, we can enter a page that analyzes the texts and tells us if they are written by a human or has used an AI. In the header capture, what I have done is to analyze the previous paragraph, and his answer is clear: "It is likely that your text was written entirely by a human" (Whew... I almost got caught...). However, then I asked ChatGPT to write me various things, such as an apology email for not being able to show up for an appointment, another about why proteins are good... and it failed me...

But I know that these tools are being used, so I have made other attempts: to have him write me the same thing in English, and…

Text in English

In a similar way works Detect GPT, but this is an extension for Chrome that analyzes the content of web pages. I personally have had a hard time getting results, probably due to incompatibility with other extensions or because it needs something else to be able to perform the analysis, but it's supposed to work.

While writing this little article, I also found out that OpenAI itself has created its own solution to, so to speak, fix what they themselves have broken. Is available in this link.

In any case, these tools will help catch those who intend to "copy" their work. I just hope no one rats me out...

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