AI Makes Plagiarism Hard to Detect According to Paper Written by Chatbot


ChatGPT has taken the world by storm and universities are worried that it will make students even lazier than they already are. But is it true? While the AI program has passed medical and legal exams, it still isn’t perfect. But then again, neither are people.

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AI & Plagiarism | Definition Match

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AI & Plagiarism | Fill in the Blank

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AI & Plagiarism | True or False

Decide if each statement is true or false.

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Full text for AI Makes Plagiarism Hard to Detect According to Paper Written by Chatbot:

An academic paper entitled “Chatting and Cheating: Ensuring Academic Integrity in the Era of ChatGPT” published in an education journal described how artificial intelligence (AI) tools raise challenges and concerns, with respect to academic honesty and plagiarism.
Readers of that article (along with the peer reviewers who cleared it for publication) did not know that the paper itself had been written by the AI chatbot ChatGPT, which showed that it is writing at a very high level. Three professors from Plymouth University tipped off editors of the journal Innovations in Education and Teaching International. The four academics who peer-reviewed it assumed it was written by those three scholars.
Universities have been trying to banish the plague of essay mills selling pre-written essays to students trying to cheat the system. Now academics suspect even essay mills are using ChatGPT, and institutions admit they are racing to catch up with – and catch out – anyone passing off the popular chatbot’s work as their own.
Cheating your way to a degree might get you that first job, but you won’t do well and will likely fall behind over time.

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