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Unicheck Debuts AI-Powered Contract Cheating Detection

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Plagiarism and cheating prevention software company Unicheck has introduced Emma, an artificial intelligence tool for authorship verification.

Using natural language processing and stylometry, Emma analyzes a student's text and categorizes it into linguistic and stylistic silos, the company explained in a news announcement. By studying the student's individual writing style, the algorithm can predict whether newly submitted papers are likely to be written by the same author.

Emma is integrated into Unicheck's Originality Report, so instructors can use contract cheating identification and originality detection through a single software interface.

Additional updates in the works include the ability to identify tricks commonly used to deceive plagiarism checkers. For more information, visit the Unicheck site.

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