ChatGPT vs Turnitin's AI: A Comparison of Research Support Tools

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TLDR Caution against relying solely on ChatGPT and paraphrasing tools for writing research documents, as they can still result in high plagiarism and AI scores, and to provide steps for reducing these scores.

Key insights

  • 🤖
    ChatGPT and Turnitin's AI detection tools are not efficient enough, leading to the need for more powerful tools like Turnitin, which is widely used by universities and journals.
  • 💡
    Paraphrasing tools can be helpful, but manual attention is required to avoid replacing non-technical or irrelevant words.
  • 📝
    Paraphrasing tools like Word Tune can reduce plagiarism, but manual attention is still required for accuracy.

Q&A

  • What is the caution against relying solely on ChatGPT and paraphrasing tools for writing research documents?

    — The caution is that these tools can still result in high plagiarism and AI scores.

  • How can you reduce plagiarism and AI scores in research documents?

    — The video provides steps for reducing these scores.

  • Why should you be cautious about using ChatGPT for writing research documents?

    — Using ChatGPT can lead to high plagiarism and AI scores.

  • What are the potential consequences of relying solely on paraphrasing tools for research writing?

    — Relying solely on paraphrasing tools can still result in high plagiarism and AI scores.

  • What is the key idea of the video?

    — The key idea is to caution against relying solely on ChatGPT and paraphrasing tools for writing research documents.

Timestamped Summary

  • 📝
    00:00
    In this video, the speaker discusses using Turnitin's AI detection tool to check the AI score and plagiarism of text generated by ChatGPT, and provides steps to follow for reducing the AI score.
  • 📝
    00:56
    Use ChatGPT as a helpful tool in research, but avoid relying on it for writing entire research documents to maintain low plagiarism and AI scores.
  • ⚠️
    01:48
    Be cautious when using paraphrasing tools as they may replace non-technical or irrelevant words, requiring manual attention, and describing the sequence of words generated by ChatGPT can reduce AI score.
  • 📝
    02:25
    The speaker tests the applicability of a method using Turnitin to check for plagiarism and AI detection, finding that even though the text was generated by a chatbot, it still shows 23 percent similarity.
  • 📝
    03:24
    Turnitin's AI score is only accessible through the instructor account, not available for students, and requires expert review as the percentage may not indicate academic misconduct.
  • 🔍
    04:17
    Paraphrasing tools like Cool Board and Word Tune can reduce plagiarism, but they are not 100% accurate and require manual attention.
  • 📝
    05:22
    Turnitin's AI score is not detecting text refreshed by using quill board, resulting in a zero percent AI score, but sometimes the AI score can be as high as five percent or ten percent, indicating that rephrasing tools can reduce the AI score.
  • 📝
    06:17
    There are other tools like Turnitin's AI for checking originality, but the speaker is willing to make a video on that topic if requested.
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