Since ChatGPT came out, it seems like AI has taken over almost every part of technology. Millions of people all over the world now use the robot, which can answer questions and queries in a way that sounds like a real person.
Even though the AI-powered tool made things easier and more effective, there were also worries that it would make people less productive. Several people said that students used ChatGPT to get their homework done and that writers used it to come up with new ideas.
Then, a lot of people started looking for an app that could tell whether a certain text was written by a person or by AI. A tool called GPT Zero that does the job is becoming more and more famous.
What is GPT Zero?
GPT Zero is a tool that can quickly and correctly tell the difference between a human-written text and one written by an AI. It was made by a student at Princeton University named Edward Tian. The app can be used by teachers or anyone else who wants to know if the text they’ve been given was written by a person or a robot.
The results of GPT Zero are based on random factors. The tool is the result of a lot of study and analysis, which means it can recognize patterns, structures, and language nuances that are often seen in AI-generated content.
ChatGPT Zero’s algorithms are based on these statistical features, which means that the results it gives are correct and reliable. The tool is now being used by more than 1 million people, according to the person who made it.
How Does GPT Zero Work?
GPT Zero is pretty easy to use. Just do what’s written below:
- Go to gptzero.me, which is the main site for the tool.
- In the text box, type the word you want to check.
- You could also send a text file straight to the website.
- Accept the terms and conditions.
- Press Get Results.
- Then, GPT Zero will look at the text and let you know if it was made by AI or not.
Is GPT Zero Free?
GPT Zero is free to use right now. But the developers are testing a paid version of the app that will let you write more words and get a more in-depth study of the text. The paid version is mostly for teachers and school administrators.
It hasn’t come out yet, but people who are interested can fill out a form on the GPT Zero website to sign up for it before it does. Despite all of these benefits, however, some users have said that the tool did not evaluate their content properly and gave the wrong results.
“I found out today that GPT Zero knew my whole article wasn’t written by an AI before I put it in Grammarly. “After I fixed the essay with Grammarly and put it back into GPT Zero, it was flagged as having been written entirely by A.I.,” a user tweeted.
Another person wrote, “I used GPTZero to see if @edward_the6’s GPTZero can pick up on ChatGPT-assisted edits. No, that’s the answer. But it’s meant to find errors in ChatGPT’s original text, not in changes made by editors. I suggest using ChatGPT like @Grammarly or ProWritingAid on steroids.”
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