Teachers are on alert for inevitable cheating after release of ChatGPT

Teachers are on alert for inevitable cheating after release of ChatGPT

By Laura Meckler and Pranshu Verma
 12/28/2022 – Washington Post

Turnitin, a company that has created widely used software to detect plagiarism, is now looking at how it might detect AI-generated material.

The automated essays differ from student-written work in many ways, company officials say. Students write with their own voice, which is absent from ChatGPT content. AI-written essays sound like the average person, but any given student is not spot-on average, so the essays won’t sound like them, said Eric Wang, vice president for AI at Turnitin….Read the full Washington Post piece about how teachers are on alert for the inevitable cheating after the release of ChatGPT here.

By |2023-01-03T04:13:19+00:00December 30th, 2022|Client Articles, Turnitin|

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