Avoid getting caught to use ChatGPT for school

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The world of AI is buzzing with new and innovative tools aiding students across a variety of subjects, but knowing when to use these tools without getting caught is an acquired skill.

ChatGPT enables users to save time and effort on assignments. But, with teachers and professors employing AI detection tools at their disposal, how can you safely use ChatGPT without attracting unwanted attention?

Here, we will discuss some effective strategies to help balance efficiency and discretion.

1. Combine forces: AI & human

Use ChatGPT as a friend, not your replacement!

The key is not to solely rely on ChatGPT for your entire assignment. Instead, use it as a support tool. Have ChatGPT create an outline, explain an article, or even help you brainstorm ideas.

By blending human effort and ChatGPT assistance, you reduce the chances of being detected by AI or plagiarism tools.

2. Pre-emptive detection

Always read your schoolwork properly before submitting it your teacher.

For pre-emptive detection, the best way is to manually go through your document line by line and try to find any possible errors or traces of ChatGPT.

Another effective approach to minimize your chances of being caught is by checking your work in AI detection tools before submission. You can utilize tools like:

Although these detection tools may differ from the ones your institution uses, they can help you identify and correct obvious signs of ChatGPT usage.

3. Caution with paraphrasing

If you’re determined to use ChatGPT for your entire assignment, turn to paraphrasing tools like Quillbot or UndetectableAI. And test your paraphrased assignment in an AI detection tool before turning it in.

But be cautious; some AI detectors can still catch paraphrased writing.

4. Opt for GPT-4

The free version of ChatGPT falls back on the GPT-3.5 language model, which is detectable by most AI detection tools. Opting for GPT-4, currently available through ChatGPT Plus (or through OpenAI API), has a lower risk of detection, though it’s not entirely foolproof.

5. Manual editing and rearranging

If using ChatGPT for your assignment, rephrase and rewrite ideas manually. Rearrange words and sentences to evade AI detection, keeping in mind the patterns of sentences and paragraphs created by ChatGPT.

If you thoroughly edit and modify the content generated by an AI tool like ChatGPT, you can potentially reduce the probability of being caught by AI detection systems.

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Remember, using AI tools like ChatGPT can be a great asset, but it is essential to integrate your own touch and remain cautious. By incorporating your own writing style, rephrasing sentences, and rearranging text manually, you can make it harder for detection tools to identify that the content was created by an AI.

This way, you can take advantage of AI-generated support while minimizing the chances of facing academic consequences.

Google Sheets + OpenAI API (Script)

A script to connect Google Sheets with the OpenAI API without third-party tools like Zapier or Make. This “script” allows instant access to responses from GPT-4 and GPT-3.5 inside the spreadsheet itself.

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✦ Assistance from an AI engine was utilized in writing and/or editing this post to enhance its quality.

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  1. Peter Spaeth Avatar
    Peter Spaeth

    Hello,

    I bought this a few months ago. Has there been an update on GPT 4 turbo? It would be great to have the cheaper tokens 🙂

    Thanks!

    1. DeepakNess Avatar
      DeepakNess

      Hi Peter,

      Thanks for getting the script. Yes, GPT-4 Turbo is already added to the Google Sheets. If you re-access the sheet from your Gumroad order, you will see the updated version.

      Hope this helps.

      Thanks.