Edward Tian, a computer science major minoring in journalism, created GPTZero to combat what he believes is a growing trend of AI plagiarism. The app quickly and efficiently detects essays written by the impressive AI-powered language model known as ChatGPT. OpenAI, the developer of ChatGPT, has also taken steps to prevent AI forgery and misuse. Scott Aaronson from OpenAI revealed that they have been working on adding an “unnoticeable secret signal” to GPT-generated text which would help identify its source. Meanwhile Hugging Face has developed a tool that can detect whether text was generated by GPT-2 or not – something one philosophy professor utilized to catch a student submitting AI-written work. It is clear that GTPZero will play an important role in combating issues related to AI plagiarism and forgery in the future.