You may have heard about the college student who created an app that he said would detect student-submitted essays using Artificial Intelligence.
Today, he unveiled a revised – and free – product: GPTZero
Here’s their announcement:
Our new product and website, built especially for educators, was just released today at GPTZero.me. It includes a host of new features including:
1) We rolled out our new model that includes sentence highlighting and much faster processing. GPTZero now highlights sentences for you that are more likely to have been written by AI, a key feature that teachers in our community have been requesting
2) We added file upload! You can upload a PDF, docx, or txt file where GPTZero will read the text and detect AI plagiarism!
3) Our new model supports larger text input and processes the result instantly! Now, GPTZero.me has a much better interface that is user friendly!
4) We built an easy to use GPTZero API for organizations! Reach out to email@example.com for access. Here’s our API documentation. Our API engineers can also customize endpoints to your needs
I think this can come in very handy this year though, as I’ve said before
, it’s not a long-term solution.