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Georgette

Kaiser, imagine you are an adjunct English instructor in a community college. A paper looks like AI wrote it. All you have is a name, a cellphone number and a timestamp. So will the AI vendor give you the student's cell phone number? Would they set up a portal for this?

Plagiarism detectors are popular in academia but AI is basically just doing fancy scrapes now. Someone sent me some code and comment from ChatGPT and it was a direct scrape of a popular R developer and writer.

Kaiser

G: Nice comment. It's simpler than that. The instructor shouldn't care whether the student directly generated the essay from AI, or copied the generated essay from somewhere - the AI company knows it generated that essay. Thinking about this scenario, it's much harder to detect if the essay were purchased from a human ghost writer.

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