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So with the recent release to the public of ChatGPT, not sure what it is then have a look at  https://openai.com/blog/chatgpt/

At or college we have been discussing it and trying it out a bit to discover its capabilities.  The really concerning thing is that students could potentially start to use it to produce evidence for assignments, we discovered it will even write program code for you.

I noticed that Turnitin are currently working on a detector for it, see here https://www.turnitin.com/blog/sneak-preview-of-turnitins-ai-writing-and-chatgpt-detection-capability

But I was wondering, is there much of a difference between the full blown version and the tool bulit into Canvas.

Hoping that when Turnitin release the ChatGPT detector that it will be accessable via the Canvas API.

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On the subject, one of my collegues came across GPTZero 

Tried it on a section of text generated by ChatGPT and was informed that the text was created by an AI.

Might not be the best solution but until Turnitin fully implement their solution it could be another tool for us educators to use to identify cheating.

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