CommonLit publishes guide for teachers to respond to AI plagiarismEdWeek February 21, 2023
CommonLit published a guide to help teachers determine what to do when teachers suspect AI-plagiarized written work. CEO Michelle Brown describes the tips in EdWeek.
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Another example of an organization that has created a shared dataset is CommonLit, which uses algorithms to determine the readability of texts. CommonLit has shared its corpus of 3,000 level-assessed reading passages for grades 6-12. This will allow researchers to create open-source readability formulas and applications.
CommonLit and Quill create AI detection tool for teachersEducation Week JANUARY 27, 2023
Quill.org and CommonLit.org created an AI detector platform designed with teachers in mind called AI Writing Check.
CommonLit and GSU Researchers Publish Open Source Readability AlgorithmGeorgia State University January 27, 2023
CommonLit worked with top Natural Language Processing (NLP) experts at Georgia State University feature a new, open source readability algorithm that accurately predicts the AI-written writing 80 to 90% of the time.
CommonLit and Quill launch free tool to detect AI-written student workFast Company January 25, 2023
The ChatGPT detector comes as educators sound the alarm about students using bots to do their homework.
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