If you are using ChatGPT, then there is a high probability that tools like Canvas can detect it.
Moreover, if you are directly copy pasting from ChatGPT without any changes, professors can detect it even without the use of any tools.
However, irrespective of whether you use ChatGPT or not, your article mustn’t get detected for ChatGPT.
How to bypass ChatGPT filter?
The only way to bypass a ChatGPT filter on Canvas or any similar sites like that is to make ChatGPT write like you.
You should make ChatGPT copy your natural writing style.
Follow the below steps to make ChatGPT write like you.
We will discuss each of these in detail below.
Enter the Initial Prompt
This prompt will prepare ChatGPT to receive your sample texts. It works better with GPT-4 than GPT-3.5. You can also use Bing in Creative mode to access GPT-4 for free.
Act like a professional copywriter. I’m going to show you some copy I’ve written, and your goal is to imitate it. You’ll start by just saying “START”. Then I’ll show you an example text and you’ll just say “NEXT”. Then another example and you’ll just say “NEXT” and so on. I’ll give you lots of examples, more than two. You’ll never stop saying “NEXT”. You can only say something else when I say “DONE”, not before. Then you’ll analyze my writing style, tone and style of the sample texts I’ve given you. Finally, I’ll ask you to write a new text on a given subject using exactly my writing style.
Train ChatGPT with your Writing Style
After the initial prompt, ChatGPT will say “START”. Copy and paste your first text to train it.
Continue with your next texts. ChatGPT will then say “NEXT”. Paste your next text, then the next one, and so on.
Once you’ve given all your examples, write “DONE” so that ChatGPT can analyze your writing style.
Make ChatGPT to write like you
ChatGPT is trained now. You can now ask ChatGPT to write a new text on any topic using your own style.
Now you know how to train ChatGPT.
Hope you get an idea about how to bypass ChatGPT detection on Canvas. Kindly let us know if you have any queries.
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