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The EdTech News Brief

Feb 21, 2023

In this episode, I try out 5 different AI-generated text detection tools. Tune in to see if they can tell us if our students are cheating. Also, on the topic of artificial intelligence - Open AI has announced that there are now free and paid plans for ChatGPT. I’ll break down the differences today.  In non-AI news, Google Slides has an awesome new “follow” feature that’ll kick your collaboration up a notch and Flip has implemented a bunch of the updates that they announced back in the summer.

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00:59 - 1. ChatGPT Free and Plus
“Chat GPT Plus” -

02:00 - 2. AI-Detection Tools

02:40 - 2A GPTZero
A college student created an app that can tell whether AI wrote an essay -

04:08 - 2B. AI Text Classifier
ChatGPT’s creator made a free tool for detecting AI-generated text - The Verge -

05:10 - 2C.
FictitiousAI - Features -

06:40 - 2D. AI Writing Check
AI Writing Check -
A Toolkit for Addressing AI Plagiarism in the Classroom -

07:26 - 2E. AI Content Detector
AI Content Detector | GPT-3 | ChatGPT - Writer -

08:23 - 2F. AI Detectors Wrapup


11:11 - 3. Follow Feature in Google Slides
“Collaborate with colleagues in Google Slides through a new ‘Follow’ feature” -

12:35 - 4. Flip Updates

16:51 - TODAY’S SPONSOR: Screencastify

18:13 - Contest Winners!

18:26 - Dad Joke Time

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