Yes, the Compilatio AI detector is evolving
The Compilatio AI detector, which highlights whether a text is written by a human or a text-generating AI, is itself based on an AI. Thanks to ever-increasing training, this AI will be able to continuously develop new skills.
This is in addition to our in-house team's expertise in automatic language processing(TAL).
➡️ The answer is "yes":Compilatio will continue to develop its own artificial intelligence to keep pace with the constant evolution of generative AIs available to the general public.
And other ways to prove the originality of content
At the same time, Compilatio is continuing the work it has been doing for several years on the use of AI for different tasks, including the preparation of a language- and word-independent similarity detection functionality based on the meaning and arrangement of ideas in the text.
- Task 1: Find the sources from which ChatGPT produced its text.
On this point, we are evaluating the effectiveness of our reformulation detection.
- Task 2: Recognize the "style" of authors to answer the question:
- Is a text consistent with the student's style, in relation to known previous productions?
This work will enable us to determine whether a text has been partially or totally written by the advertised author.
Always combining technology and awareness
Obviously, the challenge cannot be purely technical. There are many educational avenues to explore, too!
In April 2023, Compilatio brought together academic experts to explore the pedagogical opportunities offered by text-generating AIs.
Watch the replay!
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