Category: AI in Education
BIPOC students face higher risk of academic integrity allegations
EQUITY GAPS IN EDUCATION PUT BIPOC STUDENTS AT RISK In April we wrote about suggested guidelines for educators when developing AI guidelines and we followed up with a blog for students and created resources for students to protect themselves against false positives on original work. Many in our industry casually brush off the issue of […]
More Characters Matter
How we give you an accurate risk score and why You may have noticed differences between AI Detector Pro and other solutions – We Give You Better Product Even we don’t know where AI is going to go in education. Institutional policies and discussions are at the very outset, which means they aren’t set in […]
3 Reasons to Be Careful with Generative AI
You might own or work at a content business, or you’re an employee responsible for producing content for a business. You might even be a student or intern under a tight deadline. Let’s say you need to craft a health information piece in email format for patients who meet a target profile, but the information […]
AI might be a C- Writer
In our last blog, we advised that students invest in an AI Detection software like AI Detector Pro in order to be aware of whether you will be falsely flagged as having cheated. In this blog, we advise you to invest in AI Detector Pro for another reason. AI software is still new, and frankly, […]
Navigating AI in Education: What is the policy?
AI In Education: Our Student Guide Have you ever felt like a teacher has an opinion about you that is unfair? They’re judging you for something you can’t control and has nothing to do with your talent? A teacher was published in the Washington Post in an article where he admitted that he took time […]
Setting Boundaries Around AI in Education: Suggested Guidelines for Educators
The world is aflame with anxiety about AI – everything from job losses to students using AI to cheat on papers, tests, perhaps even their Ph.D. theses. These are pressing ethical issues. Questions about AI should be studied and answered. However, we want to raise another concern. Although AI Detector pro is a best-in-class company […]
Nvidia RTX 4090 vs RTX A6000 for AI: which is best?
AI researchers have a lot of options for GPUs to run training on; but surprisingly, there aren’t many affordable options that can actually handle the load. Basically, anything made by ATI or Intel won’t run popular AI libraries well — if at all — and the memory requirements for a GPU are so high that […]
How often is ChatGPT actually correct?
The most concerning thing about the proliferation of AI natural language generation (and GPT) is the fact that it can provide cogent answers to questions that sound reasonable but may be totally wrong. Unfortunately, this can cause huge problems in many domains as more and more people are relying (knowingly or not) on AI for […]
Can you identify AI generated content?
In this post, we will look at a simple test dataset that we use to test people and algorithms on how good they are at identifying AI generated content. The dataset consists of 20 passages of text. Of these, 50% were written by a human, 40% were written by a GPT based AI model, and […]