By the Power of the BEEHIVE - GPT-MAN is HERE! 💪⚡⚡
After walking inside the castle, Prince Adam was given the HIVEPOWER Sword and he was told to strike it against stone and to speak the phrase "By the power of BEEHIVE!" When he did this, he was transformed into GPT-Man, the most powerful man in the BEE HIVE!.
"I have the POWER!"
GPT Man is here to battle the darkness of all HIVE Skeletor drone Bees and their plagiaristic buzz. If GPT-man sees writings that tests conclude to be AI-generated "plagiarism", he will smite it down with his flag sword. For Chat GPT Plagerizers, GPT Man is your worst nightmare, you've been warned! Please don't abuse AI, especially chat GPG because the only one that will lose will be you.
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That's great but two things:
From what I see in your Hive wallet you currently don't have a lot of actual HP for your account. Are you going to be asking for HP delegations or renting delegations of HP?
I've been testing some AI-generated text detector websites. Some are better than others. How is your testing going to deal with testing errors like false positives and false negatives?
I'm using https://flag.helios.surf/ to issue flags. I plan on delegating to @helios.voter so I can earn some extra tokens to burn for summoning the downvoter. I think asking for hp delegations is an excellent idea, I might need to create an incentive token economy to get that going through. I will look into renting a few hive delegations too if I can get a good deal.
As for the AI-Generated text detector, I've been having more luck with GPT 3.5. I've noticed some discrepancies between different detectors, but mainly that happens when the detector only detects parts being written with ai. For the most part, these detectors do seem to get the job done, haven't noticed any false positives when testing my own original content in them. Nevertheless, I'm still going to have to be very careful and take into account the big picture too, the history of the user is just as important when relying on the detector, investigating for things like changes in writing style and comparing works from pre-gpt and post-gpt writing samples if possible. Also using one's own judgment to determine the difference between ai abuse with intentions to mislead readers, vs simply paraphrasing their own original content ideas.
Just like everything, these detectors are not a perfect science, so I'm going to be very careful and take this work one post at a time.
Comparing the writing styles is reasonable. One caveat is that when using ChatGPT to check for grammar, spelling, and punctuation mistakes, if you don't put in the prompt not to rewrite sentence structure, ChatGPT will do that as part of English correction and then the original writing gets biased toward AI model. Not 99% or 100%, but it could make original content more than 51% that way.
People that couldn't afford fancy writing assistant software before but can now use ChatGPT for free will have much better original content.
The "personal judgement" is good. No matter what the test is, one should never assume it is infallible.
Playing devil's advocate though, I will point out that judging writing style might be a good approach, but ChatGPT can be trained to emulate that also.
I am being devil's advocate. I agree with what you are doing and I support the cause against derivative AI generated content, but I want to make sure that going after AI generated content on Hive won't be like workplace drug testing and eating a poppy seed bagel will result in a positive test result.
One is hard up, the other is soft down.
@gptman, I sent you an $LOLZ on behalf of @holovision
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YES you did it you are a hiver now. So I will leave the brittstarterkit to get you started in your journey here. But first Congrats it’s a great step in the blogging crypto world and blockchain.
There are a few tips needed in the beginning.
Not a must rather an advise to not let the Hive and the new experience be to daunting.
Your passions in real life can be an inspiration for online life and thoughts put into writing and a brand new hive blog is great and will be rewarded with votes which is fun. Your niche, hobby, views or new ideas are appreciated and will be read. If you have questions let us on hive know. There are many hivers that will help , if you ask your questions in comments or in a discord!
There is so much so all topics will have a place here. The hivinguniverse is so diverse it’s suitable for all of us. See the list of all communities on hive in your front end drop down menu. ( sound difficult but it’s the row on the left 😉 ) never give any of your passwords and please don’t click on links you get in comments in the beginning that can cause theft. Later in you will know what to click and what not.
There is a Discord called The Terminal for newbies and it has all the answers to your questions, join in, it’s free.
I am on Hive everyday ! You can always leave a comment. And we all have been ther so please don’t be afraid to ask there is so much that the beginning can be daunting and scary.
But we are nice, complicated but nice.
The Terminal discord invite
There I also mobile app for blogging called Ecency Or join their lovely Ecency discord
Here is the “ steps to take blog” :
Good luck to you as the new arrival, may hive become your new life !
Or this blog https://peakd.com/hive-189306/@ryzeonline/hives-most-effective-but-controversial-marketing-video-so-far
Greetings from Brittandjosie from the Netherlands but also many other hiver bees and have fun here!