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10 Things You May Not Know About Copyleaks

Between our web-based platform, LMS and API integrations, GenAI Governance solution, and our all-new Writing Assistant, the Copyleaks Customer Support Team answers many questions daily.  

Naturally, they started to see a few of the same questions show up time and again. So, to help make things easier for our clients, Customer Support put together a list of 10 things you may not know about Copyleaks, each resulting from a commonly asked question.

Let’s get to it.

A Credit Equals 250 Words

The ‘currency’ of Copyleaks is a Credit, sometimes called a ‘Page.’ However, many people don’t know how much one credit equals in terms of word count. For every 250 words within a document, that equals one credit in a scan.

You Can Find How Many Credits A Scan Costs Ahead of Time

Many clients don’t know that they can find out how much a scan will cost in credits before running the actual scan. After uploading a document, check the “Count Credits” box to see how many credits the scan will cost. 

You Can Set Up A Recurring Scan

For easier content management, you can set a scan frequency to automatically re-scan a document after a set amount of time. For example, if a blog post is doing really well on your website, scheduling a monthly scan can help you quickly identify copyright infringement on competitor sites. After all, content on the internet is ever-changing, meaning that what’s true today may not be true tomorrow, so it’s helpful to keep up with your content in real-time.

The AI Content Detector Has Over 99% Accuracy

Did you know our award-winning AI Content Detector has a 99.12% accuracy? In fact, according to third-party studies, it has the highest accuracy rates of any detector on the market.

We Support Multiple Languages

While many plagiarism and AI detectors only support one or two languages, the Copyleaks Plagiarism Detector supports over 100 languages, and the AI Content Detector supports over 30 languages.

We Detect Spinbots

Copyleaks can detect when text, including AI-generated, has been altered by a text spinner or a spinbot.

Cross-Language Detection

Copyleaks offers a handy feature many people aren’t aware of: Cross-language Detection. This function allows you to scan your document in multiple languages to determine if the content was translated and then plagiarized from a different language. For example, you can scan an essay in English and decide whether it was plagiarized via an online translator from content initially written in Spanish or German. We support this feature in nine languages, with more in the works.

Auto-Refill Helps You Avoid Mid-Scan Interruptions

Our Auto-Refill option helps you avoid running out of credits and interrupting scans. With Auto Refill enabled, if your document size exceeds your credit balance, your credits will be automatically refilled to a pre-set amount to complete your scan.

Fully Empower Your Content With Our New Writing Assistant

Copyleaks has launched a new Writing Assistant feature. According to the BLEU Score, the Writing Assistant is now the market’s most accurate solution, providing notifications about identifying potential writing mechanic errors, spelling mistakes, comma errors, and more. You’ll also be alerted to conjunction errors, subject-verb disagreements, misused prepositions, and everything else. Learn more here.

You Can Now Track Trends With Analytics

Another new feature is Copyleaks’ Analytics, which gives you and your organization valuable insight that includes historical data to help you study trends, such as AI use and plagiarism, within your scan data. You can find Analytics in your Admin settings, which are linked here.

Hopefully, this list helps give insight into some of the key features of Copyleaks. 

Of course, this list doesn’t cover everything. Be sure to check out our Help Center, which has the answers to most questions. 

However, if you have any specific questions, you can contact the Copyleaks Customer Support Team at [email protected]. They’re always happy to help.  And you never know; your question may be on our next Top 10 list. 

Copyleaks AI Content Detector at the top of the Studies' Research

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

ai detection results after human modifications

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

copyleaks most accurate ai content detector

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.