OpenAI comes up with a way to check if text was written by a human or not
- OpenAI says its latest classifier makes mistakes but is more prepared to handle outputs from recent AI systems than a version from 2019.
- The startup wants feedback on the tool from parents and teachers.
Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, walks from lunch during the Allen & Company Sun Valley Conference on July 6, 2022, in Sun Valley, Idaho.
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Artificial intelligence research startup OpenAI on Tuesday introduced a tool that's designed to figure out if text is human-generated or written by a computer.
The release comes two months after OpenAI captured the attention of the public when it introduced ChatGPT, a chatbot that generates text that might seem to have been written by a person in response to a person's prompt. Following the wave of attention, last week Microsoft announced a multi-billion-dollar investment in OpenAI and said it would incorporate the startup's AI models into its products for consumers and businesses.
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