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D2L and Copyleaks partner to expose plagiarism and AI-generated content

D2L, a global learning technology company, is partnering with Copyleaks, an AI-based text analysis platform, to detect plagiarism and AI-content as AI-generated material becomes more widespread in the workplace and educational institutions.

Copyleaks' partnership with D2L will help empower schools worldwide to adapt to the new landscape and help see to academic integrity in a post-ChatGPT world, according to the companies.

"For more than 10 years, D2L has been a longstanding leader in successfully and authentically incorporating AI and automation into our technology to help identify at-risk learners and create personalized learning pathways. With this recent, widespread adoption of generative AI technology over the past year by businesses, students, teachers, faculty and administrators, new tools and approaches are necessary to help personalize learning for everyone," said Katie Bradford, vice president of product partnerships at D2L. "Our partnership with Copyleaks is an important step towards further bolstering our AI-powered offerings and seeing that learners feel supported and customers have the tools they need to build outstanding teaching and learning experiences."

Copyleaks uses AI-based text analysis to help: identify potential plagiarism and paraphrasing across 100 languages, uncover AI-generated content, verify authenticity and ownership, and empower error-free writing. The AI Content Detector—an enterprise solution available via API and learning management system integrations—is able to help detect the presence of AI content across 15 languages at the individual sentence level, as well as AI content that has been paraphrased, according to the company.

Copyleaks offers two solutions for content integrity, both of which will be available on D2L Brightspace's IntegrationHub along what a centralized landing page for integration technologies and partner solutions within D2L Brightspace:

  • AI Content Detection, which is a leading AI text detection solution available on the market, with LMS and API integrations.
  • Copyleaks Plagiarism Detector, which Identifies potential plagiarism across nearly every language and confirms the authenticity and ownership of any given piece of content.

"As generative AI continues to proliferate and expand, knowing what content is human-created and what was generated by AI is crucial, especially within education," said Alon Yamin, CEO of Copyleaks. "We're excited to partner with D2L, a leader in global learning technology, and for the opportunity to bring our cutting-edge AI technology to institutions worldwide to support, inform, and empower responsible AI use, encourage originality with our award-winning plagiarism detection, and ensure the authenticity of all learning content."

For more information about this news, visit www.d2l.com or https://copyleaks.com.

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