According to this recent report in The MIT Technology Review, researchers from Harvard and MIT have developed a new method for spotting text that has been generated using AI. Their method, which is called the “Giant Language Model Test Room” (GLTR), exploits the fact that AI text generators rely on statistical patterns in text, as opposed to the actual meaning of words and sentences. “In other words, the tool can tell if the words you’re reading seem too predictable to have been written by a human hand.” Ok, but is there an AI for identifying an AI that is able to detect text generated by an AI?
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