Moodle has formed a Solution Provider partnership with Copyleaks, the leading AI-based text analysis platform that identifies potential plagiarism and the presence of AI content, verifies authenticity and ownership, and empowers error-free writing. 

With the explosive growth of OpenAI’s ChatGPT, many organizations are considering how to manage and respond to AI-generated content. This is a particular concern for higher education institutions; instructors often incorporate a great deal of writing in their curriculums to assess comprehension and hone writing skills. With students relying on AI tools to generate their writing—11.2% of all papers and assignments contain AI-generated content according to a recent Copyleaks analysis—it becomes impossible to demonstrate that they meet learning requirements effectively.

AI and plagiarized content are also major concerns for enterprises, with marketers and copywriters potentially using ChatGPT and other models for content writing. AI-generated content is against Google’s Webmaster Guidelines, meaning it could be doing more harm than good when it comes to a website’s search engine optimization.

Copyleaks identifies AI-generated content, including ChatGPT4, with 99% accuracy within a matter of seconds. It’s also capable of detecting at the sentence level AI content that is interspersed with content written by a human, providing a more in-depth, nuanced analysis. Plus, it’s the only AI content detector supporting multiple languages, including English, French, Portuguese, Spanish, and others.

“Many of our clients have expressed concerns about the use of AI for content generation, particularly in the higher education space,” says Jonathan Moore, Head of Moodle in the US. “Copyleaks will make it simple for Moodle administrators and instructors to detect AI-generated content in order to encourage thoughtful, original content that shows subject mastery.”

“Understandably, there is a rising concern about AI-generated content within the world of education and beyond; we are all still learning the rules together,” says Copyleaks CEO Alon Yamin. “This partnership with Moodle helps us further achieve our goal: to provide the best tools and information available anywhere for educational institutions and enterprises worldwide so that they have full insight to make informed decisions about what the rules are for them surrounding AI-generated content.”

Copyleaks leverages an AI-based multi-pronged approach to content authentication, initially identifying whether content was written by a human or an AI. If fully or partially written by a human, the platform then determines whether the content is original or if it has been plagiarized or paraphrased.

The partnership between Moodle and Copyleaks comes at an essential time in which we’re all adapting and deciding how to best respond to new technologies that impact the integrity of original, human-produced content.

About Copyleaks

Dedicated to creating secure environments to share ideas and learn with confidence, Copyleaks is an AI-based text analysis company used by businesses, educational institutions, and millions of individuals around the world to identify potential plagiarism and paraphrasing across nearly every language, detect AI-generated content, verify authenticity and ownership, and empower error-free writing.

For more information, visit their website or follow them on LinkedIn.

About Moodle

Moodle is the world’s most customizable and trusted eLearning solution that empowers educators to improve our world. Hundreds of millions of people in thousands of educational institutions and organizations around the globe use Moodle as a toolbox to manage their online learning. Moodle Certified Partners and Service Providers provide advanced skills and services to enable customers to build the best online learning experiences. Their team of experts work with clients to identify their unique needs, whether they are seeking support with hosting, course design, custom development, or anything in between. 

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