Israeli Startup Uses AI to Detect Plagiarism
Plagiarizing just got harder thanks to Israeli’s startup company, CopyLeaks. CopyLeaks uses AI to pinpoint plagiarism for large clients like MacMillan Publishers, Stanford University, the BBC, and the United Nations. What sets CopyLeaks apart from other plagiarism detection software is that it can go beyond identifying basic copying, it can go so far as to detect plagiarism of meaning or even sentence structures, according to Alon Yamin, CEO of CopyLeaks.
Just so CopyLeaks doesn’t detect any plagiarism in this news post, all my information for CopyLeaks comes from israel21c.org.
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