Categories: AI Content

by Jonathan Gillham


Grover AI Content Detection Review

Grover’s AI-Detection tool is an advanced platform designed to identify and prevent the spread of “fake neural news” – a type of disinformation created using artificial intelligence. 

It utilizes a combination of both generation and detection tactics to analyze the language and structure of articles to detect bias, false information, or other warning signs. Grover claims over 92% accuracy when distinguishing between human-written and machine-generated news.

With Grover’s generator feature, users can provide domain-specific information and create believable fake news articles. As an added bonus, Grover also has a detection function that allows users to input article text and determine whether or not the AI or a real person wrote it.

Grover’s AI-Detection tool is a valuable asset in the fight against fake news. But how accurate is it? To understand this, we need to examine the performance of Grover’s AI-Detection tool on different datasets. We will also look at each tool feature and how they contribute to accuracy.

Simple copypaste process for detecting AI-generated content


1. Detect

The ‘Detect’ feature of Grover’s AI-Detection tool allows users to input an article or text and determine whether it was written by a human or generated by AI. 

By analyzing the language and structure of the text, Grover’s model can detect potential sources of bias, misleading information, and other red flags. The ‘Detect’ feature is an essential resource for combatting the spread of disinformation and ensuring that we make informed decisions based on reliable information. can generate sample fake news using this feature

2. Generate

The ‘Generate’ feature of Grover’s AI-Detection tool allows users to input domain-specific information and generate realistic-looking fake news articles with Grover’s generator function

The generated article will follow the same structure and style as the input domain, making it difficult for humans to differentiate between real and fake news. The ‘Generate’ feature is a powerful tool for researchers, journalists, and concerned citizens to test the credibility of information and understand how AI-generated fake news works.

Grover is also robust to simple attacks such as rejection sampling

3. Rejection Sampling Prevention

The ‘Rejection Sampling Prevention‘ feature is a technique used by Grover’s AI-Detection tool to prevent the generation of fake news that can evade detection by other AI models. Rejection Sampling works by generating many variations of a given text and selecting only those that meet certain criteria.

This technique ensures that the generated text is similar enough to real news articles while having enough differences to be detectable by other AI models. The ‘Rejection Sampling Prevention’ feature is an important tool for preventing the spread of neural fake news and ensuring that AI-generated disinformation is detectable by humans.


  • Neural Fake News Detection: Grover is a state-of-the-art model specifically designed to detect neural fake news. According to its developer, it has shown high accuracy in identifying false information. This feature makes it a valuable tool for individuals, organizations, and governments to combat the spread of disinformation.

  • Versatile in Its Applications: Grover can detect not only its own fake news articles but also those generated by other AIs. This makes it a versatile tool with many potential applications, including identifying and analyzing fake news trends, detecting false information in social media posts, and even assisting in developing new detection algorithms.

  • Intuitive User Interface: Grover has an intuitive and user-friendly interface, making it accessible to many individuals, including those with limited technical knowledge. This means that users can easily input news articles and receive accurate detection results without advanced technical skills or knowledge.


  • Early Stages of Development: While Grover has shown high accuracy in detecting fake news, it is still in its early stages of development. This means there may be some limitations to its accuracy and effectiveness in certain cases. As with any new technology, further research and development are necessary to optimize its performance and overcome potential limitations.

  • No Plagiarism Checker: Grover is designed specifically for detecting neural fake news, and as such, it does not include a plagiarism checker. This means that while it can identify false information, it cannot determine whether an article has been copied or plagiarized from another source. Users who require plagiarism detection must use a separate tool for this purpose.

Testing Grover’s Accuracy

We wanted to assess the reliability of Grover’s AI content identification tool, so we set up a trial. We duplicated an appraisal of Jasper.AI taken from and fed it into Grover’s system. The objective was to see if Grover could detect that a person did not create the material.

We composed a list of questions about Jasper.AI for our experiment and ran the text through Grover’s content detection tool. We then compared the results to the original source of the text to see how accurately AI could detect its validity.

# Title Grover
1 What is Jasper.AI? Written By a Human
2 How Does Jasper.AI Work? Written By a Human
3 Who Created Jasper.AI Written By a Human
4 Who is Jasper.AI for? Written By a Human
5 How much does Jasper.AI cost? Written By a Human
6 How to write an article with Jasper.AI? Written By a Human
7 Is Jasper.AI Free? Written By a Human


This suggests that there is room for improvement in Grover’s content detection tool. While the tool may effectively identify “fake news,” it is not yet reliable enough to detect machine-made content using GPT-3 or other natural language processing technologies. 

However, since the website claims to detect fake or AI-generated news, we tested its accuracy using news generated by AI from NewsGPT. Still, Grover’s AI content detection tool could not recognize the text as being generated by a machine and classified it as “Written by a Human.” 

This implies that Grover’s accuracy needs to be improved to be more effective at identifying AI-generated text.

Testing sample of AI-generated news from a different source

Comparing Grover to Other AI Platforms

Now, to understand more how Grover stands up against other AI-based content identification platforms, we ran a comparison test. We took the same text from the previous experiment and fed it into

# Title Grover
1 What is Jasper.AI? Written By Human 100%
2 How Does Jasper.AI Work? Written By Human 100%
3 Who Created Jasper.AI Written By Human 99%
4 Who is Jasper.AI for? Written By Human 92%
5 How much does Jasper.AI cost? Written By Human 62%
6 How to write an article with Jasper.AI? Written By Human 2.00%
7 Is Jasper.AI Free? Written By Human 99%


The results of the comparison test showed that was able to accurately identify that all of the articles were written by AI, except for question six, which was only identified as AI-generated with a score of 2.00%. In contrast, Grover’s content detection tool could not accurately identify any of the articles as AI-generated.

Advantages of Grover

Grover’s only advantage over other AI-based content identification platforms is its ease of use. It requires no installation or setup and can be used directly from the web browser. Otherwise, Grover has no other significant advantages over competing AI-based content identification platforms.


Overall, the results of our experiment demonstrate that Grover’s AI content detection tool cannot accurately identify machine-generated text. It cannot detect AI-generated text with its current accuracy levels, and it has no significant advantages over other AI-based content identification platforms. 

As such, we recommend improvements be made for Grover to be more effective at detecting machine-generated content.

About the Author: 

Jonathan Gillham

Founder / CEO of Originality.AI

I have been involved in the SEO and Content Marketing world for over a decade. My career started with a portfolio of content sites, recently I sold 2 content marketing agencies and I am the Co-Founder of, the leading place to buy and sell content websites. Through these experiences I understand what web publishers need when it comes to verifying content is original. I am not For or Against AI content, I think it has a place in everyones content strategy. However, I believe you as the publisher should be the one making the decision on when to use AI content. Our Originality checking tool has been built with serious web publishers in mind!

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