OpenAI shuts down its AI detection tool

Penny Horwood
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AI Classifier was supposed to be able to tell users if a piece of writing was AI- generated but it was wrong too often.

GPT-4 creator OpenAI has taken down links to its AI Classifier tool. The AI detection tool was announced at the start of the year, prompted by concerns about plagiarism, academic integrity, and the...

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