The creator of ChatGPT developed a free tool for identifying text produced by AI
OpenAI’s AI text classifier is a valuable tool for anyone looking to determine whether text was written by a human or an AI. It’s an imperfect tool, and it’s still very much a work in progress, but it can be useful in certain situations. It’s worth noting, however, that it isn’t foolproof, and it should be used as a secondary decision-making tool rather than the primary one.
OpenAI has released a free tool for detecting AI-generated text. This tool, called a classifier, is meant to distinguish between text written by a human and text written by AI systems. The classifier works by allowing users to paste text into a box and clicking a button, which will then provide an indication of whether or not the text is likely AI-generated. The classifier is not perfect, as it is still very much a work in progress and May sometimes “incorrectly but confidently” label human-written text as being from an AI.
OpenAI is clear that the classifier is not foolproof and should not be used as the sole basis for making decisions. However, it can be a useful tool in determining whether some text has been written by a human or an AI. For example, it can be useful in trying to determine whether someone is trying to pass off AI-generated text as something that was written by a person. It can also be used to help detect AI-generated articles such as those created by CNET Money.
The tool has limits, and its results should be taken with a grain of salt. But OpenAI’s AI text classifier is a valuable tool for anyone looking to determine whether text was written by a human or an AI. It can be a useful tool in certain situations, but should always be used as a secondary decision-making tool rather than the primary one.