ChatGPT, one of the AI-assisted Chatbots, has been found to be capable of performing an impressive range of tasks within seconds, thereby proving to be more efficient than humans. This, however, has posed a threat to academia and content creators, as such AI-fuelled tools like Chatbots, can promote plagiarism.
ChatGPT, an NLP (Natural Language Processing) AI-assisted Chatbot, has been launched on 30th November 2022, by San Francisco-based OpenAI. Chatbots are data or text analytics tools which have appeared to be more human. ChatGPT, one of them, is capable of creating product pages, advertising copies, articles, sales pages, email marketing newsletters, and essays/articles within minutes. It has also left software tycoons like Microsoft and Google quite worried. Academia, too, is worried due to its provision of promoting plagiarism. The new AI-assisted Chatbots can pave the path for cheating in homework and exam coursework like assignments. The researchers are also found to take the aid of these Chatbots which are found to decrease the analytic thought process and critical thinking of both the students as well as the researchers.