AI-Driven Plagiarism

Open LMS Partners with Copyleaks

Copyleaks CEO Alon YaminRaleigh, NC (USA), May 2023 - Open LMS, a leading global provider of open source learning  management systems (LMSs), has announced its new partnership with Copyleaks, a leading AI-based text analysis, plagiarism identification, and AI-content detection platform. This partnership comes at a critical time, when AI-generated content is becoming more prevalent in all industries, particularly academia.

Copyleaks uses advanced AI to detect AI-generated content, including outputs from cutting-edge AI tools such as ChatGPT-4. It also detects various forms of plagiarism, while accounting for a wide range of common detection-evasion tactics such as hidden characters, paraphrasing, and even image-based text plagiarism. Through these methods, the tool provides institutions and organizations with a deeper understanding of the composition of submitted content, while exposing attempts to deceive detection software.

Open LMS and Copyleaks' partnership adds a powerful tool to clients' arsenals as conversations around AI-generated content intensify.

"The discourse around AI - and the overall understanding of what AI is and does - has changed drastically with the release of ChatGPT," explains Open LMS Managing Director Phill Miller. "Our clients are looking to us for solutions to detect AI-generated content fraudulently submitted by their students and learners. 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."

Copyleaks is the only enterprise solution that detects whether content was written by a human or AI across multiple languages, including English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Russian, Polish, and more. It's capable of detecting AI content at the sentence level. Along with the ability to read over 100 human languages, each Copyleaks scan searches across trillions of pages of original content and detects cross-language plagiarism matches in more than 30 languages.

"Many academics and professionals across industries are trying to understand how the prevalence of AI-generated content will impact their students and them," notes Copyleaks CEO Alon Yamin. "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."

Copyleaks' AI-driven detection capabilities are now available to all Open LMS clients.