Prove your writing is not AI-generated by tracking changes in your docs

Thursday, May 25, 2023 - 07:22 in Psychology & Sociology

Tracking changes is a simple way to show that a document is all your own work. (Kaitlyn Baker / Unsplash) AI chatbots such as ChatGPT and Google Bard have now reached a level where they can write emails, essays, and entire books. There’s an ongoing debate on how good that content actually is, but these platforms can certainly give a passable impression of a human being when it comes to creating copy. That’s a problem when it comes to proving you wrote a particular document, whether you’re submitting a college essay or entering a short story competition. Right now, we don’t have a reliable way of detecting AI-generated text (ChatGPT can’t tell if ChatGPT has written something), but there are some options you can explore. One is to track the changes to your...

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