FictitiousAI has been released today to the general public! Anyone with an EDU email address can now register to use the Tech Demo version of our platform.
The Tech Demo includes an interactive tool to try the FictitiousAI detection algorithms as well as example data from our sample Canvas LMS instance.
We are proud to announce that FictitiousAI has been independently tested by Axios, who found our platform to be more accurate than GPTZero, OpenAI, and AI-plagiarism detection tools.
Read the full Axios article by clicking the link below!
Today, FictitiousAI released the first fully-featured Canvas LMS integration in the AI-plagiarism detection industry. This allows educators to automatically view student submissions from the FictitiousAI web app alongside plagiarism analysis results.
As requested by our customers, FictitiousAI today launched a set of features that allow educators to view student essays with sentence-by-sentence and paragraph-by-paragraph breakdowns on plagiarism analysis results. This allows teachers to easily see if a single sentence or paragraph was copied from an AI tool like ChatGPT, even if the rest of the essay contains original content.
FictitiousAI, an Austin, TX-based startup, today announced its initial launch of an AI-plagiarism detection platform built to help educators detect academic dishonesty in the age of generative AI. To lower the barrier to entry on this new technology, FictitiousAI will provide a full set of LMS integrations (starting with Canvas) that automatically scan student submissions for AI-generated text including outputs from ChatGPT and GPT-3.
Interested customers can request access by registering for our waitlist below.