Do you need to make sure your content is original, meaning: plagiarism free and written by a human writer and not AI?
Do you need to manage a large team and verify at scale that original content is being produced?
As a writer generative AI models like Chat GPT are both a blessing and a curse. At Originality.AI we believe in transparency of AI usage between writers, editors, agencies and clients.
After testing a number of AI content detection tools, I have found Originality.ai to be one of the best on the market. And now with the ability to detect paraphrased AI content, Orignality.ai is even more powerful. It’s basically my go-to detection tool at this point.
SEO Consultant, GSQI.com
At Clicking Publish, producing original, high-quality content is essential to our success. To maintain these standards, it's important that we verify the work from freelancers and outsourced writers. Originality.ai makes this process easy for us by providing a simple and efficient tool that ensures the content we receive meets our expectations.
I love the tool. Not only does it detect ACTUAL Al written content, but also writers who write just like Al. Great way to weed out Al and poor writing. Just because content was written by a human doesn't mean they did any better than an Al tool. We had a lot of our writers test positive for Al and they didn't use Al. What was common in all their writing was the lack of original thoughts. It was all regurgitation.
After doing some serious testing with Originality (which caters for the newerAl tech), I can't fool it (yet).
So what can we learn from this? In many cases, the tool tells the right story, even when it's nuanced, like in the case of AI content edited by humans.
Founder, Authority Hacker
I realize that AI content isn't going away and with human editing, it can save time/make blog content better. That said, I've also had writers submit content that was 100% AI and never told me. A BIG no-no. This tool (Originality.ai) is what I'm using to stop that.
Accurate AI Detection
The most accurate AI detection tool including 99% accurate on GPT-4, 83% on ChatGPT (GPT-4 powered) and ~2% false positives. AI Detection Accuracy Study
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Simply enter a URL and scan the entire site for AI generated content or Plagiarized content. Sign Up
Simple Pricing - $0.01/100 Words
Improved functionality and lower cost than your current plagiarism only detector. Sign Up
With best in class plagiarism checking your can easily identify if content was copied from another source. Sign Up
See the readability score of your content. Originality.AI completed a 20k result study identifying the target readability score for the top results on Google. See Study.
With the Share Scan link you can can easily show anyone that your content meets your AI, Plagiarism and Readability requirements. Sign Up
Originality.ai did a fantastic job on all three prompts, precisely detecting them as AI-written. Additionally, after I checked with actual human-written textual content, it did determine it as 100% human-generated, which is important.
I use this tool most frequently to check for AI content personally. My most frequent use-case is checking content submitted by freelance writers we work with for AI and plagiarism.
After extensive research and testing, we determined Originality.AI to be the most accurate technology.
Rock Content Team
Jon Gillham, Founder of Originality.ai came up with a tool to detect whether the content is written by humans or AI tools. It’s built on such technology that can specifically detect content by ChatGPT-3 — by giving you a spam score of 0-100, with an accuracy of 94%.
ChatGPT lacks empathy and originality. It’s also recognized as AI-generated content most of the time by plagiarism and AI detectors like Originality.AI
Originality.ai. Do give them a shot!
For web publishers, Originality.AI will enable you to scan your content seamlessly, see who has checked it previously, and detect if an AI-powered tool was implored.
per 100 words checked
Yes, you can get 50 credits by installing the free AI detection Chrome Extension to test Originality.AI’s detection capabilities. 1 credit can scan 100 words.
Yes, all scans are stored for later retrieval or sharing. Complete removal of your account and data is available upon request.
Originality.AI’s AI detection is currently only trained and tested against English language. Plagiarism checking works across multiple languages.
Yes, Originality.AI can detect ChatGPT content.
We completed a correlation study of 20,000 web pages and identified a small correlation between Originality score and Google search result ranking. Potentially indicating that AI content performs worse in Google than Original content.
Google has said that the appropriate use of AI to make content more useful is not against their guidelines.
However, they have cotninued to be clear that the use of AI in an effort to game search results is against their guidelines. “Using automation—including AI—to generate content with the primary purpose of manipulating ranking in search results is a violation of our spam policies.” https://developers.google.com/search/blog/2023/02/google-search-and-ai-content
Or worded another way from John Mueller…
At Originality.AI we are not against AI content but believe that the decision to accept the Google risk of publishing AI generated content should be the decision of the website owner and not the writer.
Yes, per our Terms and Conditions credits expire in 2 years from the date of purchase.
Yes, we have a robust API and have integrated it into the content operations platforms for some of the largest publishers / writing agencies and marketplaces in the world.
Full documentation is in the backend. If you have a unique use case or are wondering about capabilities to handle your volume please reach out and we will be happy to discuss your needs.
Our internally built artificial intelligence uses supervised learning with multiple models including a modified BERT model to predict if content is AI or Original. Our AI has been provided with millions of records both AI and Original content then trained to tell the difference between the two. After each training session a large test data set is used to evaluate if the new model is an improvement or not.
AI detection scores are a prediction on the chance that the text submitted was AI generated or Original. They are not a measure on the amount of AI vs amount of Original content in a given text.
We recommend not applying a similar “hard” rule when it comes to working with AI scores and writers. If a writer consistently has high Originality scores but then on one article has a higher AI score, this could very likely be a false positive and further investigation should occur.
Here is our guidance on how to interpret the AI scores for writers.
Yes, Originality.AI’s AI is the only available AI that has been trained to detect if content has been paraphrased with a tool like Quillbot. If a piece of text, regardless of whether it started as AI or Human, is run through a paraphrasing tool like Quillbot Originality.AI will identify the content as AI generated 95% of the time.
Read more about Paraphrase Plagiarism Checker
See a quick live test: https://youtu.be/OK5JnBtbbRo
The image below shows the detection accuracy for our Paraphrase Checker:
False positives in AI detection do occur and we are sorry if Originality.AI identified your content as AI. It is different for every tool and a specific reason on what the AI identified as causing it to predict the con
Here are 7 tips for minimizing false positives…
We apologize if our tool has incorrectly identified your writing as AI!
A false positive is when human-written content is identified as AI-written text by an AI detector. False positives do occur and can cause a lot of pain. Across hundreds of thousands of tests we currently see false positives occurring about 2% of the time that human work is submitted.
2% false positives, despite being the lowest in the industry based on our accuracy test, is too high.
The AI researchers and machine learning engineers at Originality are working constantly to both improve detection accuracy and reduce false positives.
We are heavily focused on equipping writers with tools to help them prove their contents Originality.
It was for the purpose of helping writers prove that their work was original that we developed a free Chrome Extension that allows anyone to visualise the creation process of a Google Document
Originality.AI is the most accurate AI content detector producing the fewest false positives while also the only tool that accurately identifies a piece of content (human or AI) that has been paraphrased.
See the complete study analyzing how Originality.AI matches up in detection capabilities to other AI detectors here - See Case Study.
The image below shows the results of a test of 1200 text samples, 600 AI generated and 600 human generated tested across multiple AI detectors:
The table below shows the features Originality.AI has including…
Originality.AI is more than an AI detector. We are an innovative organization building out a comprehensive suite of content QA tools that will help you gain control over the quality of your content. Readability scores will be added in the near future.
On the last OpenAI GPT-4 model Originality.AI was tested to be 99.37% accurate with 1.56% false positives. AI detection is different for every model. Below are the detection and false positive rates when testing Originality.AI:
See our complete AI Detection Accuracy study to see how Originality.AI compares to other AI detectors.
The image below is what is called a “confusion matrix” that is used to assess the accuracy of a AI prediction machine. Each prediction our AI makes on a test data set is grouped into one of four buckets…
The image below shows the confusion matrix for Originality tested on GPT-4 generated content.
AI-generated text is words that have been written by Artificial Intelligence (AI) specifically using Large Language Models (LLMs). The most common example is OpenAI’s ChatGPT which is an AI using OpenAI’s NLP Models (GPT-3, GPT-3.5 and GPT-4) to understand a users prompt and provide a written response.
For the purposes of AI text detection we aim to flag any content that has been meaningfully changed by AI. We try and take an approach consistent when defining what is Plagiarism “Presenting work or ideas from another source as your own.” when training our AI detection model.
Slight editing with Grammarly or similar is NOT considered AI generated.
For reference here is what we aim to identify as AI or Original…