Princeton University student Edward Tian has created the GPTZero app.
Edward Tian is studying computer science at Princeton University.
ChatGPT allows students to write long essays on difficult topics.
These days discussion is going on everywhere about ChatGPT, and it is being considered as a big challenge search engine to Google. It is quite different from the rest of the search engines and gives answers to people in a language understandable by humans. People are using it to get different types of work done. Some are making them write questions on difficult subjects, and some are making computer codes from it. One is also that students can get long essays written on big and difficult topics.
In such a situation, evaluation has become a big challenge for the teachers. However, in the meantime, a student of Princeton University has created an app that can detect whether the text written is human or it has been written with the help of Artificial Intelligence tool ChatGPT. This app has been developed by 22-year-old Edward Tian and he has shared its information on Twitter. The name of this app has been named GPTZero.
Edward Tian, a computer science student at Princeton University, said in a recent tweet that the algorithm behind his app, called GPTZero, can “quickly and easily detect whether an essay is ChatGPT or not.” It is written by hand. Please tell that this app is currently in beta version.
Tian introduced GPTZero and wrote in a tweet, ‘There is so much discussion going on about ChatGPT. But is it really written by AI? We humans should know from this.
Tian said after he released his bot online on January 2, several teachers approached him, telling him about the positive results they got from testing it.
More than 30,000 people have used this app
It is learned that within a week of its launch, more than 30,000 people had used GPTZero. It became so popular that the app crashed. Streamlit, the free hosting platform for GPTZero, has since stepped in to support Tian with more memory and resources to handle the web traffic.
After the launch of ChatGPT, people have started using it in every way. Fearing this tool, the New York City Department of Education has banned access to it for teachers and students.
FIRST PUBLISHED : January 10, 2023, 09:10 IST