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Useful? Tool that can tell if an article was written by a human or a bot.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by bmminc, Jan 8, 2017.

  1. bmminc

    bmminc Regular Member

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    Hey all, I have done the math on algorithms of natural language with a certain scientific law.
    Basically, certain words are used to X number of times given a Y length document.

    This would be upwards of 95% accurate in determining if a document was written naturally or by a bot.
    This in theory could also be used to create a new type of document writing bot that would make more natural sounding articles.

    Hell my method of detection may even be used by Google..if I can do it i'm sure they can.

    My question is, would a tool like this be useful to anyone here? I have not yet created said tool...i've just been doing things manually.

    If you have interest in this sort of thing let me know. Also, if you would be willing to test my results by providing some human written and bot written articles (without telling me which is human or bot) as a test that could be interesting as well.

    *this only is for English currently
     
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  2. SERPTurbo

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    I'm not sure how useful it's going to be, because when you outsource your content to a writer, then you manually check it yourself before accepting it.

    And when you get content just for the sake of backlinks, especially tier 2, then it doesn't really matter whether it's bot or human-written, as long as it's unique and niche related...

    Plus it only takes reading a paragraph or two to realize if the content is gibberish or genuine.
     
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    no tool can really write a text ;) ... but it can be a copied and modified .. so there are plenty of possibilitys.
     
  4. fastlinks

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    i have done scraped 130k unique synonym from the top quality content spiner on the market, if your method really work, we can discuss on it.

    if it can rewrite correctly, it will be a huge money machine.

    skype: ipowerhost2
     
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    kalashnimor Newbie

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    I think it could be useful, but the best tool that can check whether an article was manually written is your eyes really.
     
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    Why do you think that smart bots are not making sure the results fall into the criteria? If something is measurable, it means it can be manipulated on purpose.
     
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    sounds like a useful tool, but i don't think it actually worth paying for, at least for me.

    My suggestion is develop it as a web application and monetize with Ads, it doesn't sound like it will require too much resources to maintain.
     
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    It is useful for sure!

    I still remember when I got some articles from way back machine, I even can't tell if it is spun or human written as it is way more better than a normal spun content but still, finally i catched it but thats some days later lol. (i am not english native)

    Another case is whom using expired article hunter, you do not have time to read one by one, maybe by a tool like your's, it is more quickly to pick the good articles from the shit ones.

    I think you got some options:

    1)build a completely web base tool: use ADs on it to monetize
    2)a exe program and people can use it on local machine
    3)provide some APIs which people can use it on other software like article hunter can then quick filter the shits


    If I were you, I will choose 1) option, then I will move to other project, set once for all, no waste time.
     
  9. Trinity Smith

    Trinity Smith Regular Member

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    I add 1 with what @SERPTurbo said.
    No tool can determine whether it's a 100% naturally written by a human. You'd rather read the article instead.
     
  10. bmminc

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    Thanks, this is actually a really good idea :)

    I didn't say 100%, but it is a high percentage success rate. If you believe there aren't algorithms and processes to tell if something is written naturally or by a bot then you are sadly mistaken.
    You can use math, probability, and certain language and number laws to figure this stuff out.
    It takes a lot of math and some processing, but it is possible.