Faced with students' increasing use of ChatGPT, the famous chatbot that has an answer for everything, solutions for detecting texts created by artificial intelligence are starting to appear.
Draft & Goal is a brand-new ChatGPT content detector. This French-Canadian initiative can analyze any text and evaluate whether it was really written by a human or by some form of artificial intelligence, the most advanced of which is ChatGPT. The tool currently works with texts written both in English and in French.
Although open to everyone, Draft & Goal is primarily intended for teachers, for whom ChatGPT has become a real headache. In fact, many educators no longer know whether the assignments they receive are the work of their students or of some form of artificial intelligence.
ChatGPT is a chatbot that has an answer for everything. It can answer any question about current affairs or even philosophy, formulate arguments or comment on a text, write a lecture or even write a poem or a song on a given theme. In fact, it can easily help with homework, by directly answering questions set by teachers. Constantly under development, ChatGPT was created by OpenAI, an American company whose co-founder is none other than Elon Musk.
ChatGPT is not infallible Draft & Goal is very simple to use. Simply go to the website, paste in the text to be analyzed and wait for the result, given as a percentage. The lower the score, the higher the chance that it was written by a human being. Conversely, the closer it is to 100%, the greater the possibility that it is a text from ChatGPT.
To establish whether a text is written by ChatGPT, this tool relies on the mistakes regularly made (for the moment) by the artificial intelligence tool. Indeed, ChatGPT makes many grammatical mistakes, as well as repetitions, exaggerations and contradictions, not to mention calculation errors.
Although very powerful, the ChatGPT detection tool is currently restricted to texts limited to a maximum of 400 characters. But this should soon progress. Finally, an API is under development in order to be able to one day integrate the service to third party sites or services.
Editor's note: in case you were wondering, this article was written by a human being! – AFP Relaxnews