Spotting AI Generated Content from Human Art

In a time where AI, Artificial Intelligence is on the rise, and being used in almost all the sectors of workforce, from manufacturing to service industries which isn’t a bad idea. However, one has to be able to distinguish human art from that generated by Artificial Intelligence.

In this post, we share some of the ways on how you can spot AI Content from Human one.

Observe the patterns by analyzing the repetitions in the content. This is because AI models are often trained on the same datasets of text and code, which can lead to repetitive patterns in the content they generate. For example, an AI model might generate text that uses the same words or phrases over and over again, or it might generate code that has similar structures or functions. Unlike humans, who find it difficult to repeat the same things the exact same way.

 

The second tip is to check for factual errors. At this point, most AI users should be aware that AI models are not always able to accurately process and understand factual information, which can lead to factual errors in the content they generate. For example, an AI model might generate text that contains incorrect dates, statistics, or other factual information.

 

Consider the context of the content. AI models are often trained on data that is specific to a particular domain or topic, which means they may not be able to generate content that is relevant to other domains or topics. For example, an AI model that is trained on data about sports might not be able to generate content about politics or history, and if manipulated to, the particular AI is likely to give inaccurate information.

 

Using AI tools to differentiate AI generated content from human art. There are a number of AI detector software available on the internet that can help you to do this. These AI tools are specifically built to analyze the content, such as checking for repetitive patterns, identifying factual errors, and considering the context.

 

Pay attention to the style of writing and compare it to the author’s previous articles, every writer has their unique style, which is something you won’t find in most AI models. This is because AI models are designed to generate generic language with little depth.

 

Study the tone of the content in view of AI content being typically generated in a neutral tone, while human art can be more emotional or expressive. Which can makes their work more engaging and relatable.

 

And finally, ask questions. If you are uncertain whether or not the content is AI generated, you can always ask the publisher and they will be able to provide you with more information about the content.

 

That being said, it’s also important to note that not all AI generated content will be easy to differentiate from human created content. As AI models continue to develop, they will become more sophisticated and capable of generating more human-like content. However, the methods listed above can be helpful in identifying AI generated content, especially when used in combination.

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Isaac Odwako O.
Okumu Isaac Odwako, professionally known as Isaac Nymy, is a Ugandan internet entrepreneur and digital designer. He is the founder and CEO of Nymy Media and the founder of Nymy Net.
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