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Automated-grading skeptic uses Babel to expose nonsense essay

Anonymous Coward writes | about 6 months ago

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An anonymous reader writes "A former MIT instructor and students have come up with software that can write an entire essay in less than one second; just feed it up to three keywords.Th essay, though grammatically correct and structurally sound, have no coherent meaning. The nonsense essays are intentionally gibberish to prove the weaknesses of automated essay-grading software."
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