TurnitIn wants its lunch back

It promises “an AI writing detector” by April

The provider of software that compares student writing to content in its database says it’s new detector identifies 97 per cent of ChatGPT and Generative Pre-trained Transformer Three content, with a one per cent false positive.

And it will work within “the existing Turnitin workflow.”

In January, Turnitin signalled it would be best positioned to defend academic integrity, because academic writing is its database, rather than general www content.

And now, “we will continue to develop and refine Turnitin’s detector and are confident that as AI writing evolves, our technology will keep pace with new developments and capabilities,” the company states.


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