Digital tool spots academic text spawned by ChatGPT with 99% accuracy

LAWRENCE — Heather Desaire, a chemist who uses machine learning in biomedical research at the University of Kansas, has unveiled a new tool that detects with 99% accuracy scientific text generated by ChatGPT, the artificial intelligence text generator.

The peer-reviewed journal Cell Reports Physical Science published research showing the efficacy of her AI-detection method, along with sufficient source code for others to replicate the tool.

Desaire, the Keith D. Wilner Chair in Chemistry at KU, said accurate AI-detection tools urgently are required to defend scientific…

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