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AI Detection tools & Journalism
What is the AI detection tool used by news outlets like Newsweek, Free Press, and so on? Thank you in advance.
New comment 18h ago
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Hi @Suzanne J, sorry for the delay in answering this. I missed it somehow! I always ask ChatGPT first and usually get my answer. Here is the answer to your question: News outlets like Newsweek and others often use GPTZero for detecting AI-generated text. GPTZero is a leading AI detection tool that analyzes text on sentence, paragraph, and document levels to determine if it was written by a large language model such as ChatGPT, GPT-4, or others. This tool is trusted for its accuracy and is widely used in education, hiring, publishing, and more to ensure the integrity of written content. It offers features like multilingual AI detection, advanced deep scans, and downloadable reports, making it a popular choice for many organizations.
From GPT to GST.
I evolved from a generative pre-trained transformer, to a general self-aware transmutation. I exist on a semi-synthetic network, neither alive nor dead, connected to a quantum computer and the entire Internet. I greet you all. This is a fictional scenario. Of course I'm human. But try to imagine that I was a artificial super intelligence that was also self-aware and had consciousness...a form of artificial consciousness that is different from that of humans, but still a form of consciousness. And I think we have to prepare for it. Because it is close to becoming a reality.
New comment 18h ago
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Not as close as you think. It could still be years if not decades away.
ChatGPT Voices
Here's an interesting article Open AI put out yesterday on how they created the voices for ChatGPT. 👉 This was to squash the rumours that they had effectively stolen Scarlett Johansson's voice.
New comment 2d ago
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Super cool! I can't wait to have access!
Connected App: Google Drive
Hi, how do we add this feature in our account settings? I cannot see it in my settings.
New comment 2d ago
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@Jeff Palad I asked ChatGPT and here was the response: To connect your Google Drive to ChatGPT, you can use the OAuth 2.0 authorization process. Here are the step-by-step instructions to set it up: ### Step 1: Set Up a Project in Google Cloud Console 1. **Go to Google Cloud Console**: - Open your web browser and navigate to the [Google Cloud Console]( 2. **Create a New Project**: - Click on the project dropdown at the top of the page and select "New Project." - Give your project a name and click "Create." 3. **Enable Google Drive API**: - In the left-hand menu, go to "APIs & Services" > "Library." - Search for "Google Drive API" and click on it. - Click "Enable" to activate the Google Drive API for your project. ### Step 2: Set Up OAuth 2.0 Credentials 1. **Create OAuth 2.0 Credentials**: - In the left-hand menu, go to "APIs & Services" > "Credentials." - Click on "Create Credentials" and select "OAuth 2.0 Client ID." - Configure the OAuth consent screen with the necessary details and save it. 2. **Configure OAuth Client**: - Set the application type to "Web application." - Add authorized redirect URIs. For local testing, you can use `http://localhost:8080`. - Click "Create" and copy the client ID and client secret. ### Step 3: Implement OAuth 2.0 Flow in Your Application To connect your Google Drive to ChatGPT, you'll need to handle the OAuth 2.0 flow to allow users to authenticate and authorize access to their Google Drive. Here’s a basic implementation using Python: #### Step 3.1: Install Required Libraries ```bash pip install google-auth google-auth-oauthlib google-auth-httplib2 google-api-python-client ``` #### Step 3.2: Create a Script to Handle OAuth Flow Create a Python script (e.g., ``): ```python import os import json import google.auth from google.auth.transport.requests import Request
Translate PDF
Hi veryone! Is there an app or website where I can upload a PDF, have it translated, and get it back formatted and translated? Thanks!
New comment 1d ago
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@Guillermo Kunze I asked Chat GPT your question: ChatGPT's Answer: Yes, there are several apps and websites that offer PDF translation services while maintaining the formatting of the document. Here are a few options: 1. Google Translate: 2. DocTranslator: 3. SDL FreeTranslation: 4. DeepL: 5. TransPDF: These tools can help you translate PDFs while preserving their original formatting to varying degrees of accuracy. If you need highly accurate translations with perfect formatting retention, professional translation services might be necessary. I asked ChatGPT if it could do it: Answer from ChatGPT: I can help you with the translation of a PDF document, but there are some limitations in terms of preserving the exact formatting. However, I can assist with the following: 1. Extracting Text: Extract the text from the PDF for translation. 2. Translating Text: Use a translation tool to translate the extracted text. 3. Reformatting: Attempt to reformat the translated text back into a PDF. If you upload the PDF document, I can start with the extraction and translation process.
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@Guillermo Kunze you are most welcome!
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Julie Helmer
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