Today, Let’s discuss the latest buzz in content creation—AI content production tools—and how they are reshaping the discipline.
AI content creation tools like ChatGPT, jasper.ai, sincode.ai etc.. which are capable of creating high-quality, engaging content in just a few minutes, have become increasingly popular as a result it is becoming easier for content teams [with or without actual content background] to generate content on the fly.
Can AI Content Outsmart/outrank Human Content?
But a significant concern arises with this new technology, but we do not yet have a definitive answer to this question, but AI content generators – need actual information somewhere on the open web to read, digest & respond back as answers to your quires so by going by this they can’t outsmart/replace human writers. But can replace people who are doing paragraphing writing.
In my opinion, sooner or later search engines will discover a more accurate method to favor human-written content over AI-generated content.
How to check AI content?
The best thing is that, along with content generation tools, there are a number of new ai text detection tools released into the marketplace. There are still so many questions about the efficiency of the tool but they are getting more and more finetuned using AI & ML to add better accuracy.
Here is a list of the top AI content detection tools that you can use:
Sapling.ai – This website claims more than 97% accuracy while detecting AI-generated texts while keeping false positives below 3%. It was trained on GPT-3, GPT-3.5, and ChatGPT. Expecting to release GPT 4.0 support very soon. Having paid options & API for business users.
Corrector.app – Using this application you can check up to 800 words of content in one go, more over it’s free to use & also gives provides grammar & plagiarism tools.
Contentatscale.ai – This tool uses a mix of 3 AI engines, NLP, and semantic analysis algorithms to detect any AI-generated content tool. The best part is you can use it free of cost up to 25000 characters in one go.
ZeroGPT – This user-friendly tool claims to detect AI-generated content by ChatGPT, and Google Bard. In my personal experience, it’s good at detecting content generated by ChatGPT & Bard but may be not accurate on content generated by other AI tools.
OpenAI Text Classifier – This tool identifies AI-generated material using machine learning methods. It’s simple to use & free service provided by OpenAI [Owner of ChatGPT]. But so far it’s in a very early stage & overall detection rate is yet to be improved.
GoWinston.ai – With AI technology, this tool analyzes content to detect signs of automation. It’s simple to use and provides accurate results by identifying discrepancies in language, tone, and style across various documents.
Originality.ai – This tool uses advanced algorithms to detect AI-generated content and potential copyright infringement issues. It provides detailed reports by analyzing the content’s patterns, similarities, and structure to determine its authenticity.
Copyleaks – This program detects AI-generated material and plagiarism using powerful algorithms. It’s simple to use and also helps you check plagiarism by comparing the material to millions of web sources.
Writer.com – By using machine learning algorithms, this tool detects AI-generated content. It’s easy to use and provides accurate results by analyzing the content’s language patterns, tone, and structure.
Now you can find many more AI content detector platforms than AI content generation tools. But overall, both of them change the way people write, consume & push content. So, both AI writers & detectors are here to stay but over time we get to know how it will impact search rankings. Role of AI content detectors ensuring the originality of your content.
Use these tools to your advantage and create high-quality, engaging content that your audience will love.