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ChatGPT pretending to not be ChatGPT

The detection arms race

On Medium, Burk writes about how to make ChatGPT seem not to be . He describes a ChatGPT tool that uses ChatGPT to paraphrase in a way that will fool the detection tools.

We could imagine such a tool repeatedly rewriting until it finds a version that fools any given collection of detectors.

It saddens me when I see more and more effort going into the authors (or should I say pseudo-authors) going into this rather than into creating better or, better still, writing containing higher quality, more impactful, more original ideas.

Written by Russell Brand

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