How To Pass AI Despite what many people think, the traditional Turing test isn’t actually a very good measure of intelligence. For one, it’s limited to written text and only tests for “Yes” or “No” answers. Then, there’s the fact that the questions must be very narrow and specific to make a human interrogator guess whether or not they are talking to an actual human or a machine. And even then, the interrogator must be very familiar with the subject to be able to tell.
But there are ways to get around this. The first thing to do is use more natural language in your writing. This means contractions, idioms, and more flow. Also, avoid repetitive phrases and unnatural sentence structures. This makes your content more natural, and a lot harder for AI detectors to pick out as machine-written.
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The next thing to do is use synonyms. AI detectors often look for repeated words or phrases. If an article feels like it is using the same phrase over and over again, then it’s probably AI-generated. And finally, use a little bit of “word salad” in your article. This is when you repeat keywords over and over again. This can confuse AI content generators and trick them into thinking it’s high-quality human content.
This will help you get past any AI detection tools that your content might be going through. And this is important because no one wants their site to be full of low-quality AI content. And, of course, you don’t want Google to catch your AI content and penalize you in search results!