CHEATGPT: 94% Of AI-Written College Exams Go Undetected

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READING, England — Artificial intelligence can not only pass college exams but often outperform human students, all while remaining virtually undetected. This eye-opening research, conducted at the University of Reading, serves as a “wake-up call” for the education sector, highlighting the urgent need to address the challenges posed by AI in academic settings.

The study, published in the journal PLOS ONE, aptly described as a real-world “Turing test,” involved secretly submitting AI-generated exam answers alongside those of real students across five undergraduate psychology modules. The results were nothing short of astonishing. A staggering 94% of the AI-written submissions went undetected by examiners, despite being entirely produced by an AI system without any human modification.

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But the surprises didn’t end there. Not only did the AI submissions fly under the radar, but they also consistently outperformed their human counterparts. On average, the AI-generated answers scored half a grade boundary higher than those of real students. In some cases, the AI advantage approached a full grade boundary, with AI submissions achieving first-class honors while human students lagged behind.

This revelation raises profound questions about the future of education and assessment. As AI technologies like ChatGPT become increasingly sophisticated and accessible, how can universities ensure the integrity of their exams and the value of their degrees? The study’s findings suggest that current methods of detecting AI-generated content are woefully inadequate, leaving educational institutions vulnerable to a new form of high-tech cheating.

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