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Open LMS Partners with AI Detector to Combat Plagiarism

In the increasing climate of AI-generated content, educators are expressing growing concerns about plagiarized work from students and how to recognize it. Open LMS, a provider of Moodle-based open source learning management system platforms, has teamed up with AI detection company Copyleaks to help tackle this problem.

Using AI, the text analysis platform can identify AI-generated content as well as detect paraphrasing, hidden characters, and image-based text plagiarism, often used to deceive detection software, according to a press release.

According to Copyleaks, it provides the only software that detects human- vs. AI-written content at the sentence level and does so in multiple languages: English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Russian, Polish, Chinese, Portuguese, and others. It can read more than 100 languages and detect cross-language plagiarism matches in over 30, the company said. It can also detect originality in coding languages such as JAVA, Python, C++, and more.

Copyleaks' database includes 60 trillion websites, 16,000-plus open-access journals, and 20-plus repositories of source code, according to its website, with a detection accuracy rate of 99.12% on fully or partially generated AI content.

Copyleaks is available to all Open LMS customers. The platform stores customer data in military-grade 256-bit encryption and SSL protection. Users have complete control of their accounts.

Visit the Copyleaks AI content detector page to try it out.

Phil Miller, Open LMS managing director, notes that education and business leaders are scrambling to understand what AI is and is not, as well as what it does. Advances such as ChatGPT4 have dramatically impacted this understanding.

"Adding Copyleaks to our portfolio is among the first steps we're taking to help our clients mitigate some of AI's challenges to academic integrity," he said.

"This partnership allows us to provide educators and enterprises worldwide with complete transparency, empowering them to make informed decisions around the use and role of AI-generated content," said Alon Yamin, Copyleaks CEO.

To learn more about what Open LMS offers, visit its About page.

Visit the Copyleaks About page to learn more about its story and mission.

About the Author

Kate Lucariello is a former newspaper editor, EAST Lab high school teacher and college English teacher.

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