OpenAI Introduces ZeroGPT: What You Need to Know
As per OpenAI, ZeroGPT can tell if the text was genuinely authored by a human or was composed by an AI computer and then passed off as human-written.
OpenAI, the company that created ChatGPT, has now released a tool entitled ZeroGPT that, according to the company, would allow users to determine if the text was genuinely produced by a human or perhaps an AI computer.
How is ZeroGPT put to use?
Users must enter the phrase in the box and choose “Detect Text,” according to OpenAI. The ZeroGPT team’s algorithms will be used by the AI software to check the input as well as publish the results.
What do the findings indicate?
One of these outcomes will be displayed by ZeroGPT:
1. The writing is by a person
2. The text was created using AI or GPT.
3. The majority of it is produced by AI/GPT
4. It was probably produced by AI or GPT.
5. It was most likely produced by AI/GPT
6. The text is “mixed,” with some portions produced by AI or GPT.
7. The text was probably authored by a human
8. It was probably written by a human and contained sections produced by AI or GPT.
How precise is the ZeroGPT?
ZeroGPT employs DeepAnalyze technology to determine where the input originated. Its accuracy rate is now above 98%, but OpenAI claims it is working to reduce the mistake rate to around 1%.
How did ZeroGPT come to be?
The San Francisco-based scientific community claims to have developed the ZeroGPT algorithm after analyzing more than 10 million articles, some of which were produced by AI and others by human authors. Nonetheless, experiments are still being conducted.
Students, instructors, educators, writers, freelancers, and copywriters will mostly profit from the tool. Moreover, it recognizes AI text output across all possible languages.