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Ready for GPT-4?

Time flies when you’re building large language models. It seems like it was only yesterday that GPT-3 arrived to blow our minds, and yet GPT-4 is just around the corner. 

According to reports, Microsoft Germany CTO Andreas Braun announced that the new multimodal AI technology would arrive as early as next week. 

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Detect AI with… AI

With the rise of AI and ChatGPT in the last few months, it’s probably no surprise that AI-generated content has become a huge talking point, from college students submitting AI-crafted essays to media companies using the technology to write news.

It’s something that will only get more pronounced as AI tools get better, making it harder to detect whether humans or robots write a piece of content. 

Enter stage left: AI Detector, a new tool launched by the team at Content at Scale that aims to provide an accurate analysis of whether or not a piece of content is AI-generated. As you go about your day and stumble across a text that looks suspicious, copy and paste it into the web-based tool to know within a few seconds if it’s AI-generated.

It scores content based on several factors, including predictability, probability, and pattern, which all feed into an overall human content score. The higher the score, the more likely it’s human. 

To do this, the AI detector uses NLP, semantic analysis algorithms, and SERP (that’s Search Engine Results Page) parsing combined with billions of pages of data that all help to predict the most probable word choices that lead to a higher AI detection rate. 

The future of workplaces: With AI tools improving by the day and some experts claiming that nearly all content will be AI-generated by 2025 (yes, really), it will become even more frustrating for universities, publishers, and media companies to verify human content. 

That’s where AI detectors come in. Justin McGill, founder of Content at Scale, firmly believes that these tools will become a common feature in workplaces soon. 

It works both ways: The most obvious use case for the AI detector is to implement a mechanism to ensure human-only content and prevent unintended plagiarism. However, it also serves a second purpose, especially helpful to marketers. If you use AI assistants in your content creation process, you can use the tool to gauge if it’s human enough by chopping and changing until you bring up the human content score. 

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