How does the AI Content Detector work?
Using a vast dataset of content created by AI and human-written content, the tool is trained to learn the patterns and characteristics of each form of writing and can easily detect it.
Why did we build the AI Detector?
Additionally, it can also be useful when it comes to improving the quality and relevance of online content. Google's latest 'Helpful Content Update' states that it will rank sites lower if they have low-quality or AI-generated content, so using our tool you'll be sure to evade these penalties on your website.
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A high confidence percentage means the text was probably written by an AI, while a low confidence percentage means that a human probably wrote the text.
An AI Detector is a tool that uses a vast datasets of information to determine whether a piece of text is genuinely human-writtten or if it’s AI-generated.
By AI-generated, we indicate every piece of content that is generated by using a chatbot.
Using a combination of advanced machine learning and natural language processing to understand patterns, the AI Detector analyzes and gives accurate prediction whether the text is genuine or AI-generated.
The fine-tuned detection model is trained with a vast amount of data and more than 1.5B parameters to give the most precise results.
The accuracy of the AI detector varies based on many things such as the quality of the text, the language (currently supporting only English), and most importantly, the quantity of the text – the more text you can provide, the more accurate the answer will be.
While there is no specific data to specify as it’s impossible to give a success percentage rate of, the tool has rarely – if any – fails and catches a vast majority of cases.
It’s quite impossible for any AI Detector to accurately identify all AI-Generated Content. The personal characteristics of the content that an AI content detector is intended to identify and the caliber of the training data used to develop the detector will determine how accurate the detector is.
Keeping in mind the results are rather a guide instead of an absolute truth, and it’s best to always keep in mind the limitations and potential biases in training data.
No, your data is not stored by the AI detector. The AI content detector is designed to process and analyze the content in real-time, without storing any data. Once the content has been analyzed, the results of the analysis are provided to you, but the content itself is not stored by the AI content detector.
Currently, the only language that is supported is the English language. The model is trained using datasets from the English language, so the main focus was to develop a model that works very well in one language, and then move to multiple languages.
We are planning on adding more languages as we develop the AI Content Detector further.
AI-generated content is considered every piece of content such as blogs, emails, articles, product descriptions etc, that is generated using artificial intelligence chatbots such as ChatGPT.
Basically, every kind of content that is written after a promt to the chatbot falls to the category of being AI-generated content.
John Mueller, the Search Advocate of Google confirmed that Google easily detects AI-generated content and also considers the content to be spam.
This can result in penalization of your site and massive drop in rankings.
You can listen to the interview ini this link: https://youtu.be/Yx997SsiYlw?t=1391 .
In essence, all AI algorithms can be biased based on the data used to develop them. If the data is biased, so is the AI detector.
It’s highly important to make sure that the data selected to train the detector is unbiased, diverse, and fully objective.
The AI content detector can be useful for online writers such as bloggers to ensure that the content they are writing while brainstorming with ChatGPT is not fully AI.
Another use is of professors and teachers who can use the tool to determine whether an assignment of a student is copy-pasted from ChatGPT or is genuine.
Recruiters can use the AI Content Detector to determine whether a candidate was motivated enough to write their own resume and cover letter or if they chose ChatGPT to do it for them.
No, our AI Content Detector is free to use and will not cost any of the credits you have purchased for plagiarism detection in Crossplag.