Whats the best AI detector tool?

by szaby
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Hello,

I`ve been talking to some people and they said that there isn`t really any tool out there that can detect AI generate content? Is that true? If You take let`s say a 500 word text and change 1 or 2 paragraphs will that trick the AI detection tool to make it sound like its 100% legit?

Thank you
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    The two I use most often:


    https://gptzero.me/


    https://copyleaks.com/ai-content-detector


    change 1 or 2 paragraphs will that trick the AI detection tool

    Nope - you are thinking of copyscape and similar 'find duplication' tools.


    These AI detectors are better than that - they will tell you the percentage that is A.I. even when much of the text has been 'rearranged'.


    My advice is to use A.I. where you can profit from it - but don't try to game it. It may be smarter than you are.
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    • Profile picture of the author szaby
      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      The two I use most often:


      https://gptzero.me/


      https://copyleaks.com/ai-content-detector





      Nope - you are thinking of copyscape and similar 'find duplication' tools.


      These AI detectors are better than that - they will tell you the percentage that is A.I. even when much of the text has been 'rearranged'.


      My advice is to use A.I. where you can profit from it - but don't try to game it. It may be smarter than you are.

      So If I say i`m creating 100% original content and someone asks me is it AI generated and I lie and say no i create it. I can get caught and get a bad review on the freelancing platform?
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    • AI is great for some things but very very bad for others.
      Using AI tools for making video promotions is very bad idea. A lot of people don't trust AI or cheap cartoons.
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    • Profile picture of the author vikeshsdp
      Yeah I also use gptzero.me
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  • Profile picture of the author Tootsie68
    AI detectors like GPTZero and Copyleaks can spot AI-generated text even if it's rearranged, so it's better to be honest about using AI to avoid bad reviews on freelancing platforms.

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  • Profile picture of the author dylan ordonez
    Yeah I like
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  • Profile picture of the author Luna Moon
    If you change a few paragraphs of text, it can help it look more "human", but whether you can avoid detection completely depends on the sophistication of the detection tool you use... In any case, you can simply rewrite the text with synonyms and then no one will prove that you were helped by a digital friend)
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  • Profile picture of the author tribros
    The hardest one to beat using AI content:
    https://originality.ai
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  • Profile picture of the author NillBraun
    As of today, there is no tool, at least I haven't come across such information or heard personally, that can detect AI-generated content with 100% accuracy, especially if it has been edited. Changing 1 or 2 paragraphs might confuse the detection tool, but it depends on the complexity of the algorithms it uses
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    If you change a few paragraphs of text, it can help it look more "human", but whether you can avoid detection completely depends on the sophistication of the detection tool you use... In any case, you can simply rewrite the text with synonyms and then no one will prove that you were helped by a digital friend)

    If you are going to all that trouble - why not just write the content yourself to begin with?


    Changing 1 or 2 paragraphs might confuse the detection tool, but it depends on the complexity of the algorithms it uses

    No, it does not. The old trick of rearranging to fool Copyscape does NOT work with A.I. The 'rewrite' would have to be so comprehensive that you might as well do it yourself in the first place.
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  • Gotta be sweetsy, authentic hoomans, I guess --

    collaboratin' for purpose sans artifice.

    Butchyoo try printin that out on a T shoit an' invitin' howls from evry cat an' dahg an' lizzud so's we cain't evin hear usselves no more.

    (You want AI drivin' you crazy, or jus' what is gowin' ahn anyways?)

    People're sayin' AI gaht the powah to transform, enable, empowah, an' FFS AWESUM OUT like no othah kinda global advance EVAH.

    My view?

    AI figures half as good as PANTIES, I will mebbe toss her/his misrbl ass a few frickin' peanuts.
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  • Profile picture of the author arvinjosh
    ZeroGPT.com has been proven to be the most accurate and finest AI detector after extensive testing.
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    • Profile picture of the author DWolfe
      Originally Posted by arvinjosh View Post

      ZeroGPT.com has been proven to be the most accurate and finest AI detector after extensive testing.
      Please let us know who the testing company was and also share the testing results here.
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  • Profile picture of the author Monetize
    Originally Posted by szaby View Post

    I`ve been talking to some people and they said that there isn`t really any tool out there that can detect AI generate content? Is that true? If You take let`s say a 500 word text and change 1 or 2 paragraphs will that trick the AI detection tool to make it sound like its 100% legit?

    The best AI detection tool is the human brain.

    By now, most of us can spot AI written content a mile away,
    although it is difficult to discern some AI generated images.

    I instruct ChatGPT and other AI tools to write my content
    in a certain way, but there's always those tell-tale patterns
    that indicate the writing was AI generated.

    AI is great for developing written content, but it helps if the
    humans who use it have good training as well.

    If you are going to insert additional content, then you need
    to ensure the writing style is consistent, otherwise your
    tricks won't work, leading to a bad reader experience.
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    • Profile picture of the author DABK
      I heard a writer (fiction) talk on a podcast whose names I forgot about an experiment she did with AI.
      A family member had died. She fed AI a paragraph she wrote and asked it to write her a short piece using her paragraph as a starting point.


      AI complied. She read it. It sounded like AI. She added instructions. And asked AI to write again. After the 7th try, AI managed to come with something that was good enough, she said.


      From that, I concluded that, if you spend enough time back and forth with AI, you'll end up with something good enough. But, if you are going to spend that much time, might as well write it yourself. Because this woman seems to have spent three times more time getting AI to produce a piece she liked than she does if she writes the piece herself.


      Originally Posted by Monetize View Post

      The best AI detection tool is the human brain.

      By now, most of us can spot AI written content a mile away,
      although it is difficult to discern some AI generated images.

      I instruct ChatGPT and other AI tools to write my content
      in a certain way, but there's always those tell-tale patterns
      that indicate the writing was AI generated.

      AI is great for developing written content, but it helps if the
      humans who use it have good training as well.

      If you are going to insert additional content, then you need
      to ensure the writing style is consistent, otherwise your
      tricks won't work, leading to a bad reader experience.
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      • Profile picture of the author Monetize
        Originally Posted by DABK View Post

        I heard a writer (fiction) talk on a podcast whose names I forgot about an experiment she did with AI.
        A family member had died. She fed AI a paragraph she wrote and asked it to write her a short piece using her paragraph as a starting point.


        AI complied. She read it. It sounded like AI. She added instructions. And asked AI to write again. After the 7th try, AI managed to come with something that was good enough, she said.


        From that, I concluded that, if you spend enough time back and forth with AI, you'll end up with something good enough. But, if you are going to spend that much time, might as well write it yourself. Because this woman seems to have spent three times more time getting AI to produce a piece she liked than she does if she writes the piece herself.

        People are always going to have something to complain about.

        A YouTuber asked ChatGPT to write something, and then she
        said it didn't give examples, but the reason it did not provide
        examples is because she didn't ask it to.

        I could write content myself, but I'm not getting any younger and
        I don't have time to waste. If I need a simple product description,
        it's easier for me to give the info to ChatGPT and have it write the
        description, than for me to spend an hour and a half on one thing.
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        • Profile picture of the author DABK
          She was not complaining. She was saying that it required several steps for her to get AI to produce content she found acceptable.


          My point in writing about this is that AI can help/ produce if you know how to ask. Because, it seems to me, most people just want to say, AI, write me a 2000-word piece about xyz and have AI produce a perfect piece.


          I.E., AI is a tool and you need to learn how to use it. It can already do some things well.


          Originally Posted by Monetize View Post

          People are always going to have something to complain about.

          A YouTuber asked ChatGPT to write something, and then she
          said it didn't give examples, but the reason it did not provide
          examples is because she didn't ask it to.

          I could write content myself, but I'm not getting any younger and
          I don't have time to waste. If I need a simple product description,
          it's easier for me to give the info to ChatGPT and have it write the
          description, than for me to spend an hour and a half on one thing.
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          • Profile picture of the author Monetize
            Originally Posted by DABK View Post

            She was not complaining. She was saying that it required several steps for her to get AI to produce content she found acceptable.


            My point in writing about this is that AI can help/ produce if you know how to ask. Because, it seems to me, most people just want to say, AI, write me a 2000-word piece about xyz and have AI produce a perfect piece.


            I.E., AI is a tool and you need to learn how to use it. It can already do some things well.

            I agree. From what I have seen (I routinely watch YouTubes
            on AI-related topics), most people do not have a grasp on the
            proper way to provide instructions to the AI tools.

            I am currently working on a couple of tutorials, I provided more
            input for the first one, which ChatGPT did an excellent job with,
            and the second one was based on my brief prompt to provide
            step-by-step instructions for a complex procedure.

            ChatGPT did an excellent job on both, saving me a ton of time
            and effort, I am adding the finishing touches to the step-by-step
            instructions by inserting additional information that I developed
            previously.

            Back to the topic, AI is becoming less detectable. I found this
            article earlier today:

            CheatGPT: 94 percent of AI-written college exams go undetected
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    ChatGPT Detection Tool
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  • Profile picture of the author 7amoudymh
    Yes, it's true that AI detection tools aren't perfect. Changing 1 or 2 paragraphs in a 500-word text can sometimes trick these tools. They look for patterns, but slight human edits can make the text appear more authentic.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    Yes, it's true that AI detection tools aren't perfect. Changing 1 or 2 paragraphs in a 500-word text can sometimes trick these tools. They look for patterns, but slight human edits can make the text appear more authentic.

    That is not true in my experience. Unlike Copyscape that could be easily fooled with a few changes...many A.I. detect sites report the percentage of A.I. and can identify even those that have been changed significantly.


    If you create content with A.I. - change a few sentences and think it will pass....good luck with that.
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  • Profile picture of the author max5ty
    Since AI content is all plagiarized from somewhere across the internet...and uses all the sources to piece together a response...

    it often sounds mechanical.

    AI-written content is not personal.

    'The new 2025 Land Rover is a luxury vehicle. It is a pleasure to drive. It has tons of features only other SUVs in its class have...'

    Compared to...

    'I own a 2025 Land Rover and let me tell you, it's a dream to drive. The features are amazing. One feature I just love is...'

    Most AI-written content is cold and impersonal. It has no emotion to grab the reader.

    I can tell if the content is personal or AI-written almost immediately.

    I want a personal connection.

    And that's probably my most intelligent thought for today.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    I can tell if the content is personal or AI-written almost immediately.

    We run a lot of threads/posts through A.I. detectors and you're right - the cadence of A.I. content becomes very easy to recognize....no one really talks like that.


    And that's probably my most intelligent thought for today.

    At least you had one - the way this day is shaping up...an intelligent thought may be out of the question for me.
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  • Profile picture of the author oliversmithos
    gpt zero is the best one. however even if you buy paid tools no tool will give you the accurate answer. every tool will give you a different percentage. So just stick to the one only for mental peace.
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  • Profile picture of the author OsamaKhan
    content at scale ai detector, zerogpt are good ones
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  • Profile picture of the author Vsevolotraff
    Can gptzero and copyleaks spot the AI influence if you write your own text and just let chat gpt edit it or fix mistakes? Wondering where is the line of involvement of Ai
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  • The best AI detector tools often depend on the specific use case and requirements. Here are a few widely recognized AI detector tools:

    1. OpenAI GPT Detectors
    2. Hugging Face Transformers
    3. GLTR (Giant Language Model Test Room)
    4. AI Dungeon's "Discriminator"
    5. Turnitin's AI Writing Detection
    6. Originality.AI
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  • Profile picture of the author appysa
    What you guys think of https://www.zerogpt.com/
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  • Profile picture of the author Matt Arnold
    Not entirely true! There are some AI detectors out there like GPTZero or Originality.ai. They're not perfect, but they can flag AI-written content.
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