ChatGPT in the Classroom Starting today, plagiarism detection software Turnitin includes new live AI-writing detection features that “identify the use of AI writing tools including ChatGPT, with 98% confidence,” the company said. Turnitin has been working on its AI-writing detection capabilities for nearly two years prior, and the team behind the new features spoke with THE Journal Insider podcast recently about the implications of ChatGPT on the future of writing instruction, literacy outcomes, and the evolving needs of tomorrow's workforce. Listen to the podcast here . The Sky Is Not Falling: Former Teachers Behind Turnitin AI Features Urge Educators to ‘Meet the Moment' of ChatGPT Two former classroom teachers who have been working on Turnitin's AI writing detection tool and ChatGPT features for educators both believe that ChatGPT has presented a growth opportunity — or perhaps more of a growth demand — for writing instruction, which they explained in an interview with THE Journal recently. Read the full report or listen to the podcast . The new features were “built to help educators and academic institutions identify AI-generated text in student-written submissions” and do not recommend or imply any judgment on how educators should handle the identified AI-generated text. The new capabilities are integrated into the existing Turnitin solutions — including Turnitin Feedback Studio (TFS), TFS with Originality, Turnitin Originality, Turnitin Similarity, Simcheck, Originality Check and Originality Check+ — and are also accessible through learning management systems, the company said. No additional steps are required for current Turnitin education […]
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