Will my Paperpal edited document be flagged as plagiarised?

Modified on Tue, 09 Apr 2024 at 06:29 PM

It’s rare for Paperpal-edited documents or text to be flagged by plagiarism checkers, unless the original manuscript has been copied. At a sentence level, however, as rewrites suggested by Paperpal follow standard sentence construction guidelines for academic writing, there’s a small chance that a plagiarism checker for AI generated text may highlight individual sentences or phrases as resembling published literature. Note that the technology used to detect AI-generated text relies on checking for patterns and variables more common to text written by AI. Such patterns and variables can occur even if the content is completely original or can’t be traced to its source. This is one of the reasons why AI detectors are known to incorrectly flag writing from non-native English speakers as written by AITo help academics navigate this challenge better, we have a blog post on the do's and don'ts of using generative AI tools ethically in academia

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