Why did I get a high similarity score after polishing language with Paperpal using Copilot’s AI-generated text?

Modified on Thu, 11 Jan 2024 at 12:10 PM

There are a few reasons why this might happen:
 

  • Training data: AI models are trained on vast amounts of text, including published works. This means the generated text may inadvertently draw on or closely resemble existing publications.
  • Common linguistic patterns: Paperpal’s AI language check strives to achieve clarity and coherence, which may lead to the use of common expressions and sentence structures found in academic writing.
  • Input from existing sources: If you provide Paperpal with text lifted from other sources as input to Copilot, the outputs will retain similar phrasing and the similarity with get flagged accordingly.

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