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AI Content Detector Continues To Be Confirmed As Most Accurate By Third-Party Studies

In July 2023, four researchers from across the globe published a study on the Cornell Tech-owned arXiv, declaring Copyleaks AI Content Detector the most accurate for detecting Large Language Models (LLM) generated text. 

For the study, the researchers collected 124 submissions from computer science students written before ChatGPT was created. They then generated 40 ChatGPT submissions and used the data to evaluate eight publicly available LLM-generated text detectors. 

Here were their key findings,

That was just the beginning. 

Since then, additional independent third-party studies have been released, each one highlighting the accuracy and efficiency of the AI Content Detector.

Check out the findings below. 

Study: Detecting AI Content in Responses Generated by ChatGPT, YouChat, and Chatsonic: The Case of Five AI Content Detection Tools

Author: Chaka Chaka, University of South Africa

Published: July 2023

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Read the full study here.

Study: How Hard Can It Be? Testing the Reliability of AI Detection Tools

Author: Daniel Lee, University of Adelaide

Published: September 2023

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Read the full study here.

Study: The Effectiveness of Software Designed To Detect AI-Generated Writing: A Comparison of 16 AI Text Detectors

Author: William H. Walters, Manhattan College

Published: October 2023

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Percentage of all 126 documents for which each detector gave correct, uncertain, or incorrect responses.

Read the full study here.

Study: Accuracy Pecking Order – How 30 AI detectors stack up in detecting generative artificial intelligence content in university English L1 and English L2 student essays

Author: Chaka Chaka, University of South Africa

Published: April 2024

Only two AI detectors, Copyleaks and Undetectable AI, managed to correctly detect all of the essay sets of the two English language categories (English L1 and English L2) as human written. As a result, these two AI detectors jointly shared the first spot in terms of the GenAI detection accuracy ranking.

Read the full study here.

As the studies show, with Copyleaks, you can have complete peace of mind with a solution that covers all of your AI detection bases, evolves with the ever-changing technology, and ensures originality while inspiring authenticity. 

What’s New? The 2024 Quarter One Copyleaks Newsletter

A Word From Our CEO

With 2024 being a crucial election year, the potential misuse of AI has been at the forefront of everyone’s mind, from creating believable enough robocalls of President Biden to deep fake images of Taylor Swift and others. As a result, we saw new AI regulations roll out across the US and the European Union. Elsewhere in the AI race, Google expanded its offering with the rebranded Gemini, including teaming with Apple to be the provider of AI within the iPhone. Amazon concluded its 4 billion investment in Anthropic, the maker of Claude.

Meanwhile, the team at Copyleaks has spent quarter 1 continuing to rise to the demand of the ever-changing landscape, which includes our new data report on AI use among students. Plus, we saw a plethora of product and feature releases:  the latest version of our award-winning AI Content Detector; Analytics, which provides organizations with historical data to track trends of AI and plagiarism use; and our newest product, the AI-based Writing Assistant, the market’s most accurate solution for suggesting grammar, spelling, sentence structure, tone, and more.

We’re in for an exciting year as the AI race continues. As usual, Copyleaks will continue to lead the way in our efforts to provide cutting-edge solutions for making informed decisions about authenticity, error-free writing, plagiarism, and, of course, responsible AI adoption. 

Alon Yamin

CEO & Co-Founder

Product & Feature Announcements

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Writing Assistant

The market’s most accurate solution for improving sentence structure, word choice, overall mechanics, spelling, and more.

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LMS Analytics

Provides educators with historical data of assignments to track trends of potential AI use, plagiarism, and more.

Company Announcements

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Copyleaks’ Data Finds 76% Spike in AI-generated Content Among Students

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Copyleaks Analysis Finds Nearly 60% of GPT-3.5 Outputs Contained Some Form of Plagiarized Content

Copyleaks Celebrates Landmark Year, Experiencing Significant Growth and Innovation in AI Content Detection, Plagiarism Prevention, and Responsible AI Adoption

Check Out Our All-New Podcast!

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Original Source is a Copyleaks podcast about all things AI, plagiarism, and more.


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From the Newsroom

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Enhancing Academic Integrity Guardrails With AI


ChatGPT: What It Is, How It Works and How It’s Evolving

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European Parliament Passes Landmark AI Act, World’s First Comprehensive Law Regulating Artificial Intelligence

For more media features, please visit the Copyleaks Newsroom.

From the Blog

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An Election Year With GenAI

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Plagiarism’s Second Act

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Undetectable AI Tools: Are They Worth It?

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GenAI In 2024

For more, please visit the Copyleaks Blog.