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What is IntegrityAI?

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IntegrityAI is the most accurate AI content detector for academic institutions. Our detector assesses whether a given text is generated by an AI tool like ChatGPT or written by a human. It excels especially when 10 or more assignments are uploaded.

How does the product work?

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IntegrityAI offers a detector for academic institutions, which allows for mass file uploads to expedite the detection process. Our comparison-driven engine's batching method results in an accuracy rate of 99.98%.

What are some signs of AI usage within an assignment?

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Teachers do have methods to detect AI involvement in student assignments. They might pick up on signs such as unnatural language, superficial depth, or inconsistencies in the work.

How should educators handle false positives?

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No AI writing detection model will be 100% accurate (any detector may misidentify both human and AI-generated text) so it should not be used as the sole basis for adverse actions against a student. It takes further human judgment and scrutiny combined with with an institution’s application of its specific academic policies to determine whether actual academic misconduct has occurred.

How much of a problem is AI misuse in education?

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We conducted a survey consisting of both students and teachers to learn more about the landscape surrounding AI usage in the classroom. The majority of teacher respondants believed that students were not egregiously using AI to complete an assignment. In actuality, 63.2% of the students we surveyed reported to use AI for homework assistance at least once this past semester. This number alone demonstrates the intensity and pervasivesness of this problem.