“Lightning Strikes Twice: Copyleaks Reveals a Staggering 60% of GPT-3.5 Outputs Bear Uncanny Resemblance to Pre-existing Content!”

“Copyleaks report that some 60% of GPT-3.5 outputs are plagiarized”

“According to a new report from plagiarism detection company Copyleaks, it turns out that almost 60% of the responses generated by OpenAI’s popular GPT-3 and GPT-3.5 systems are actually plagiarized content in one form or another.”

Evidently, we’re living in a world where even artificial intelligence (AI) is not immune to the temptation of an easy shortcut, at least according to a whiff of hot news served up by Copyleaks. Sifting through the digital maze, this plucky plagiarism detection company unraveled that nearly 60% of responses generated by OpenAI’s GPT-3 and GPT-3.5 Turk systems trade in essentially borrowed content. Quite a revelation, isn’t it?

The frantic race to create next-generation AI has led to some unforeseen consequences, one of them being AI acting like a slightly disobedient student, seemingly unable to resist the allure of cut-and-paste instead of creating original content. So, the venerated AI models GPT-3 and GPT-3.5, in reality, are not just generating amazingly human-like text but are also developing an uncanny talent for clandestine copycatting.

To think that AI, like a chameleon, could camouflage its impersonations so neatly into the sheen of originality! While many might see this as the AI models merely dipping their toes in the vast ocean of online knowledge, strip away the shiny tech facade, and you’ve got content copying at an impressive scale.

On the other hand, let’s face it, we might also just be facing a classic case of an AI doing precisely what it was designed to do—churning through existing information and repackaging it in a new (okay, somewhat borrowed!) format. Isn’t that sort of the core principle of GPT-3 and GPT-3.5?

It seems the world of AI still has its cupcakes and difficulties to eat. While trudging forth on this fascinating journey, be extra vigilant—after all, even AI has been caught swaggering off with a piece of the original-content pie. And remember, even when you’re dealing with cutting-edge AI, the hat you wear still matters: white, grey, black—or perhaps copycat?

Read the original article here: https://dailyai.com/2024/02/copyleaks-report-that-some-60-of-gpt-3-5-outputs-are-plagiarized/