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How to Use GPTZero AI to Detect AI Generated Texts

by Roveen

With ChatGPT quickly becoming a necessary part of our existence today, there is no doubt that some people might use it to generate text-based content, whether for class or work.

If you are a teacher, professor, or editor who wants to check whether the submitted work was done by a person’s hand or by ChatGPT, then GPTZero is here to help you.

So, how do you use it?

Step 1: Open the GPTZero Website, which is here.

Step 2: You will see a text box right under the opening text of the website. You will see instructions that will guide you to copy and paste text onto the text box. Alternatively, you can select a file from your device using the Choose File option.

The site takes in text content of a minimum of 250 words. Anything less than 250 words will not be checked.

Step 3: Once you have selected a file to upload on GPTZero or have copied your text on the text box, scroll further down and check the Terms and Services box. You will not be able to check the content if you don’t agree to this.

Step 4: Finally, click the Get Results box on the opposite side of the Terms and Service box.

Step 5: Once the file has been uploaded, the results will highlight the text written by AI and also give a percentage of the amount of text that AI has written.

However, despite all this, there is still a chance that the site might misidentify human text as AI-generated. Thus, it should only be used as a medium for evaluation rather than to punish students.

And there you have it – an easy way to tell whether the content was written entirely by a human or AI.

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