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Before artificial intelligence (AI) became a prominent presence, the most writers could do was quote a "human text" found online without acknowledging the original source. Sometimes, they would go as far as copying someone else's writings entirely and attributing them to themselves. However, they were quickly exposed thanks to tools like plagiarism detectors. Now, due to the aforementioned guest (referring to ChatGPT), the situation has become more challenging.

How to determine if a text was generated by AI
We do not claim that relying on AI is disgraceful; on the contrary, it is quite the opposite. There is no escaping the use of ChatGPT, for example, among other AI tools. However, the problem lies in relying on it entirely for reasons we may discuss in the future. It is worth noting that the same company behind ChatGPT, OpenAI, is also responsible for Bard, Bing Chat, and others.

How to determine if a text was generated by AI

It is essential to consider that there is no foolproof method to definitively determine whether a text was written by AI or not. Therefore, it is advised to rely on multiple means to achieve the highest possible accuracy.


After several days since the launch of ChatGPT and its adoption by thousands of students as their primary source for writing research papers and completing academic assignments, it has become apparent that this program comes with its own set of challenges. When compared to other services like GPTZero and similar websites, ChatGPT proves to be the superior tool, especially thanks to its free plan, which eliminates the need for users to subscribe to paid services.

The free plan allows you to write approximately 1200 words at a time and boasts artificial intelligence that makes the written text appear as if it were created by humans. The usage method of this tool is similar to its predecessors, as you can try it out without the need for login or any other procedures. 

I recommend that you try out the tool yourself now. Simply visit the website gptzero.me and log in using your email address or any other means. Afterward, copy the text you wish to edit and paste it into the text field located in the middle of the website. Alternatively, you can also upload a text file from your device by clicking on "Choose File" and then wait for the magic to happen!


This is a simple website that detects texts generated by artificial intelligence and ChatGPT. All you have to do is type text with a maximum of 800 words, and you'll be able to see the percentage of the probability that it is written by artificial intelligence.


What sets this tool apart from the mentioned tools in this article is that it offers more than just distinguishing AI-generated texts. It also provides the ability to measure plagiarism, albeit with a fee. However, the pricing is very reasonable, as you will only pay one cent for every 100 words.

You can use this tool by visiting the official website or using it as an extension in Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge to work with email, Google Docs, or other websites in general.

It should be noted that installing this extension will give you free credit in your tool account for testing, as well as a 50% discount coupon for purchasing new credit.

According to the developers at Originality.AI, the accuracy of the tool exceeds 99% when used with texts generated using GPT-4, making it a powerful tool. Nevertheless, the steps to use the tool closely resemble those mentioned in AI Text Classifier. In the step of pasting the text in the dedicated text field, you can also upload a text file instead of copying the content itself.

If you wish to use Originality , AI as a Google Chrome extension, you will find the option "Scan with Originality.AI" in the menu that appears after right-clicking on the text you want to check. Click on this option and wait for the results. You will also see the extension icon on the right edge of the browser window, enabling you to easily check any text within any website. Generally, the tool provides results as a percentage of original text and quoted text, along with the mention of the original sources. It also analyzes the AI-generated text and the potential tools used to write it.

»Additionally, you can use the Writer AI Content Detector tool and Content at Scale's AI Detector.

AI Text Classifier from OpenAI

The service has been canceled by the company 
AI Text Classifier OpenAI
We are all aware that OpenAI, the leading artificial intelligence research company, has taken the AI world by storm with its revolutionary tool, ChatGPT. Since its launch in November 2022, this tool has the power to turn the world upside down, attracting millions to this new technological realm and opening the doors to intense competition. However, there may be some information that many people are not aware of: the same company has developed a free tool called AI Text Classifier to detect texts written by artificial intelligence in general, specifically ChatGPT.

To benefit from this tool, you need to visit the website platform.openai.com/ai-text-classifier and log in to your account. If you don't have an account, you can create a new one. Once logged in, scroll down the page and paste the text you want to verify into the text field and click the "Submit" button. You will receive the verification result within a few seconds, whether the text was written by a human or by artificial intelligence.

If the text was written by artificial intelligence, a message will appear stating that "the classifier considers the text likely to be machine-generated." If the text is human-written, the message will contain the words "unlikely" or "very unlikely" instead of "likely" or "possibly." There is a third case where the tool may not be able to determine whether the text is human-written or not. However, it's worth mentioning some limitations that we should take into consideration:
  • The tool doesn't work on texts with less than 1000 characters, which is approximately 150 to 200 words.
  • The results may not be accurate all the time and may mix up human writing with AI-generated writing, so they cannot be relied upon completely.
  • The tool can be deceived by making slight modifications to AI-generated text.
  • The tool is currently limited to the English language only and has not been trained on other languages yet.

AI Detector

An alternative created by Sapling, with which you can simply paste text into a box and it will tell you the percentage of lying to see if it is written by artificial intelligence or by a human. It is free but limited to a certain number of codes. 


Another interesting option that also includes a free extension for Chrome . You'll have enough freedom to analyze just 250 words as an experiment, and then become paid. 


It is a platform that helps you create content, and it also contains artificial intelligence trained to detect texts created using this technology. 


Another lesser-known service is still in the testing phase. It promises the ability to identify texts created using ChatGPT, GPT-4, and bard. You can paste texts or upload documents for analysis.  

Services to detect whether the text was created by ChatGPT, as well as GPT-4 or even Bard. This way, you'll be able to see if the text you find was created by artificial intelligence or by humans.
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