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Hi! I'd like to try Origin, but I'm hesitant to incorporate software with such a broad (and vague) permission request into my browser. I am a researcher who works with confidential data. What –exactly– does: "It can: Read and change all your data on all websites" mean?

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May 16, 2023·edited May 16, 2023

GPTZero won't last, and neither will pretty much any AI detector. I think you have less than a year to hype it up until people realize that AI detectors can never be a perfect and a working tool. Schools will have to be the ones to adapt to these changes and completely change the education system.

I applaud you for being able to create a tool so quickly that some teachers could believe in it, and falsely accuse students of using AI.

Yes, AI detectors will still be a thing, and they'll usually be fine at finding AI-created stuff on the internet, like articles and SEO. However, AI detectors should never be implemented within the education system due to their inherent issues they will always have. Hopefully, this will provide the necessary impetus for our outdated education system to undergo much-needed changes.

I look forward to seeing what you guys do outside of AI detection in education, as we all know that will never work out and detectors will just keep creating many more problems if you continue. Fact-checking and content verification is great though, I’d love to see you working on that.

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