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Our AI Detector identifies ChatGPT, Gemini, Claude, and various other AI models. Start using the most extensive AI Checker out there, featuring a proprietary tech stack that works deeper than a generic AI classifier to find robotic sounding content. Paste your content below and start your free scan.

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Is it Human?

Our artificial intelligence detection software tells you if what you have reads like it is written by a human or if it sounds robotic. Our highly-accurate AI detector is trained on billions of data points to forecast if your content is AI generated, or humanly written. With robotic-sounding AI content placing you in a position of inauthenticity, the need for a ChatGPT Detector is higher than ever.

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The AI Detector

ChatGPT and AI Text Tools are Here: Time to Check Your Content

Our artificial intelligence detection software uses natural language processing and a trained model to detect patterns, forecast probable word choices, as well as understand sentence structure and other characteristics that lead to a higher AI probability within a typical AI Checker.

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NOW: All new grading for our AI Detector, modeled off more GPT-4, Gemini, and Claude content.
This AI Checker now achieves higher levels of accuracy. We have simplified the scoring to give you an overall probability of it being written by a human. Also new is the premium humanizer as well as a free plagiairism checker.

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FAQs

Your frequently asked questions, answered

Quite simply, we were one of the two first AI detectors that existed. We existed BEFORE ChatGPT and have continued to improve since then. Why were we early? Because Content at Scale was the first long form AI SEO writer on the market and we had to overcome the "can people tell it's AI?" objection.

We are always refining the model to account for LLM releases.

A third party study by ZiPpy was performed and found our AI Detector to be the most accurate:

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Results of third party independent study that found our AI Detector to be the most accurate.

Our AI Checker is used by students, professors, content marketers, marketing agencies, freelancers, and anyone wanting to make sure their output does not read robotically.

Marketing Content: Don't ruin your brand's reputation. If your workflow includes creating high-quality content (blogs, social content, lead magnets, etc) for your marketing calendar, it’s time to incorporate an AI detector so you can easily find out if ChatGPT is being used by your writers or team with little to no human work on top. Verify and validate that you’re publishing content for humans, optimized by humans, with our Chat GPT detector – also capable of detecting if any AI tool has been used in the process.

Academic Content: Professors want to use an AI Essay Detector like this to see if students are not thinking for themselves and just blindly using ChatGPT for assignments. At the same time, students want to make sure that their writing can pass the AI Essay Detector with human level output to avoid getting bad grades.

AI content tools are now in the mix of tons of writing–from articles to essays to web pages to books to news articles and beyond. Ever since ChatGPT and GPT-3 came on the scene, AI-generated text has almost become a ‘new norm’ in our society.

That’s why we created our AI Checker, one of the first free detection tools on the market starting in 2022 deeply trained to accurately forecast word strings and text created by ChatGPT and other AI generators.

Most free AI detectors and AI classifiers are outdated and scan for old language generators. Our AI Detector finds all versions of GPT, including GPT-4, Claude Sonnet, and Google Gemini. It does this by comparing human vs AI written articles, essays, and more combined with understanding of LLM models and how words and sentences are constructed to identify probably word choices and sentence structures.

Created by Justin McGill, and recommended by former anti-AI writer Julia McCoy, we’re built and grown by experts with years of combined experience, and we pride ourselves on staying ahead of the game every day as AI gets more and more advanced. Our proprietary content generator taps into multiple machine learning layers with three AI models, NLP, semantic analysis algorithms, entity recognition, and SERP parsing capabilities.

Our AI writing tool helps marketers and agencies generate long-form, 2,500-word deeply researched, unique and fully optimized blogs in minutes and get 5-10x their time and money back, finally making the content creation process painless and easy. Before we built our AI content tool or even our own AI detector, we were long-form writers; so we know how much work goes into this process. Along this journey, it made sense for us to develop our AI Content Detector for our audience and clientele to use free of charge to know if their content will be detected as AI - which will have a negative impact on search rankings.

Currently, the AI Detector is just for the English language.

A closer look at AI-generated content reveals the obvious differences in writing style between that of AI and that of a human. For instance, when a Language Model constructs a sentence, it does so by pooling from its massive pre-training dataset, yielding a mathematically predicted outcome. This process sharply contrasts with how humans naturally express themselves.

Although AI content detectors offer valuable insights, they shouldn't replace human judgment. All AI tools are still under development, and their accuracy can vary. It's essential to use your own discretion when reviewing their findings.

Our AI detector has a very low chance for content written by a human to be falsely labeled as AI-generated, including some of the lowest scores of any AI detector on the market. We strive to maintain a high level of transparency, honesty, and digital trust.

To help refine the models we use, we maintain constant feedback and have a full-time, knowledgeable development team to allow us to catch false positives and continually improve our system. We only introduce changes to our AI Detector, like new models implemented for checking, after thorough testing.

Yes. Our AI detector drills down into specific sentences and phrases to highlight what sounds and reads more robotic and more humanlike, finding out what’s AI generated even if the content has been mixed with human writing.

Transparency and fairness are key. While AI detectors help identify potentially AI-generated content, it’s important to have knowledge and a process for evaluating the findings rather than jumping to conclusions. Openly communicate with those you’re working with, for example students or content creators, if you suspect the use of AI and engage in a dialogue to address the issue ethically.

The "best" detector depends on how the models themselves are trained. Although we have one of the leading AI detectors, and we were one of the first to market - before ChatGPT came out (we created our first AI Detector in October of 2022, and ChatGPT came out that November) - there's no universally "best" tool as accuracy can change with the ongoing evolution of AI language models. The best way to get started is to take advantage of our AI Checker.

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