Sunday, January 15, 2023

Abstracts written by ChatGPT, even scientists cannot distinguish

My Thoughts

  • You cannot go against human nature.
  • If research institutes do not ban AI-generated papers, scientists will be tempted.
  • A British AI thought leader and author Nina Schick believes that by 2025 more than 90% of Internet content will be created by AI, and I agree. It’s just a matter of time.
  • I expect the market for tools or services to determine AI production will grow in the future.


  • Papers created by chatbots, even scientists cannot distinguish
  • Paper abstracts written by ChatGPT pass 100% plagiarism check
  • AI creation inspection program catches 66% machine-written
  • Humans mistakenly judge 32% of chatbot-generated abstracts as real abstracts
  • There are cases of posting ChatGPT as a co-author in papers.
  • There are cases in which research institutes ban papers written with ChatGPT or other AI language tools.
  • If quantitative evaluation of papers continues, scientists may be tempted to increase the number of AI-generated abstracts or papers.
  • Irren Soleiman of AI company Hugging Face says,

These models are trained on past information and social and scientific progress can often come from thinking, or being open to thinking, differently from the past.


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