GPTZero, an app created by a Princeton University student, to determine if an academic piece was written by a person or by OpenAI’s ChatGPT is going viral (Tony Ho Transn/The Daily Beast).

Tony Ho Tran / The Daily Beast:

GPTZero, an app developed by a Princeton University student, detects if an academic article was written by a person or by OpenAI’s ChatGPT.Writing should be understood by humans. Edward Tian, Deputy editor-in-chief, Innovation and Technology, was fast asleep when the bot broke a website.

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