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Student uses Chat GPT to write paper, gets a zero: ‘What ever happened to paraphrasing bro’

With artificial intelligence (AI) and Chat GPT making a rise in several different industries, some people are experiencing some of the downsides to using the new technology.

Refiloe Majola (@refiloe_majola) posted a video of a term paper with a grade of zero on it because it was found to be 100% AI-generated.

“What ever happened to paraphrasing bro,” replied @maboya_.

This may happen to several other students, as they are integrating Chat GPT into their daily lives more.

“Letting Chat GPT control a college day in my life,” wrote @thebeekid in her caption. She did exactly what the caption said and had Chat GPT pick her study routine, meals and workouts.

Teachers across TikTok have also shown their methods to determine whether papers were actually written by the student.

@lilmaverick3, who is a college history professor, shared a post of how — a site that helps her detect plagiarism — has built out its artificial intelligence detection software.

Over 10 million people viewed the video from @refiloe_majola and there were several comments teaching people how to get past detection technology.

“Chat GPT + Grammerly + Proof Read = Unstoppable,” said @swreveyt.

“Go to and find the undetectable ai feature,” said @oageng4.

This also isn’t the first time a student has used Chat GPT and come out with a less than ideal grade.

“Me after failing an assignment I wrote using Chat GPT,” said @okaythando while using a the viral and sarcastic, “I’m devastated” sound.

With mishaps like this happening and online academic websites starting to scan for AI-created content, students could have a hard time using Chat GPT on school work in the future.

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