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Copyleaks 2023 Wrapped

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2023 was an unprecedented year for Copyleaks and the tech industry as a whole in the wake of the release of OpenAI’s ChatGPT and the subsequent AI models that followed. Thanks to our decade of machine learning and comprehensive AI text analysis software, our team was the first to market with our award-winning AI Detector, supplying the necessary data for education, businesses, and the individual user to help make informed decisions around responsible AI adoption. 

Furthermore, as AI continued to evolve, so did our product suite. With the GenAI Governance and Compliance release and our Codeleaks AI Source Code Detector, we expanded our offerings to support rising concerns around securing proprietary data, the risks of AI-generated source code, AI copyright infringement, and more. 

We experienced extraordinary growth as a company in 2023, both in expanding our team and in partnerships with Moodle, D2L, Open LMS, and more. As this year comes to a close, it’s evident that we are just getting started with the age of AI. I’m excited to see what 2024 brings, and if this year was any indication of what’s to come, the Copyleaks team is already two steps ahead in supporting our customers.

Thank you for being part of an outstanding year for Copyleaks. Here’s to our journey together in 2024. 

Alon Yamin, CEO and Co-Founder of Copyleaks 

Product & Feature Announcements

Feature Additions

Company Announcements

  • Brightspace D2L Partners with Copyleaks | Read more
  • Open LMS Partners with Copyleaks | Read more
  • Moodle Forms Solution Partnership with Copyleaks | Read more
  • Copyleaks Analysis Finds Nearly 60% of GPT-3.5 Outputs Contained Some Form of Plagiarized Content | Read more
  • Edmentum Selects Copyleaks to Support Academic Integrity Needs | Read more
  • Copyleaks Becomes SOC2 Certified | Read more

Webinars

  • ChatGPT: One Year Later (Presented on December 7th, 2023) | Watch Recording
  • The State of AI Webinar (Presented on September 28th, 2023) | Watch Recording

From the Newsroom

  • The Tension That Tore Apart OpenAI Could Upend Everything in AI | Read now
  • Industry Responds to OpenAI’s Leadership Changes and What it could mean for Future of AI | Read now
  • Fallout after Microsoft hires former OpenAI CEO Sam Altman | Read now
  • OpenAI Board Fires CEO Sam Altman, CTO Mira Murati Appointed Interim Chief | Read now
  • As AI regulations loom, tech companies add new ways to improve their standards | Read now

For more media features, please visit the Copyleaks Newsroom

Highlights From the Blog

  • Bringing AI Into the Classroom: Talking To Students About AI | Read now
  • The Do’s and Don’ts You Need To Know Before Utilizing GenAI | Read now
  • The Do’s and Don’ts You Need To Know Before Utilizing AI Detectors | Read now
  • AI Detector Continues To Be Confirmed As Most Accurate By Third-Party Studies | Read now
  • Do AI Models Plagiarize? | Read now
  • Rethinking Plagiarism in the Age of AI | Read now
  • Generative AI and Adopting it Responsibly | Read now
  • Navigating a Post ChatGPT World | Read now
  • What to Know Before Using AI Generator Tools at Work | Read now
  • Prevalence of AI-Generated Content in Education | Read now

For more, visit the Copyleaks Blog.

Case Studies

  • How Oakland University Adopted Copyleaks Plagiarism Detector & Changed the Conversation Around Utilizing It as a Learning Tool | Read Full Case Study
  • How Health Union Effortlessly Integrated the Copyleaks API To Detect Plagiarism Within Their Online Communities | Read Full Case Study
  • How NSS Used the Copyleaks API To Improve Plagiarism Detection of Contest Essay Submissions | Read Full Case Study

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