An American student developed a program capable of determining who wrote the text: artificial intelligence or human. This is reported by Gizmodo.

Edward Tian, a student in the Department of Computer Science and Journalism at Princeton, said he wanted to fight back against those who resort to academic plagiarism using the ChatGPT chatbot. The more voluminous the piece of text is installed in the program, the more perfect the results will be. In order for the program to work correctly, you must insert at least a few paragraphs.

Recall that the new language bot OpenAI impressed specialists with the fact that it is able to create texts that are quite similar to those that were created by man. The program is used to write blog entries, school essays, etc.

Critics have already noted that a chatbot can have a very detrimental effect on the educational field.