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How to Bypass Winston AI

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How to Bypass Winston AI

By its very definition, generative AI is meant to produce outputs that mimic human content. Why then are there AI detectors like Winston AI to police the use of AI in content writing? This is a topic for future discussion, but in this article, we'll uncover how to bypass Winston AI. You'll also learn how Winston AI works, so that you can effectively deploy the strategies for bypassing Winston AI revealed in this article. In case you're wondering, the best method for bypassing Winston AI is to paraphrase AI content using StealthGPT. Alright, let's get to it.

What Is Winston AI?

Winston AI is an AI content detector developed to determine the probability that artificial intelligence was used to create content. Winston AI is a couple of steps ahead of the best AI content detectors, as it now has an AI image detector. However, in this article, we're concerned with Winston's AI text detection ability and finding out how to bypass it. But first, we need to investigate how Winston AI works.

How Does Winston AI Work?

Winston AI claims that its AI detection algorithm identifies AI content through two methods.

Method 1: Data Training

Naturally, you must be familiar with something to be able to identify it. For you to be familiar with that thing, you must have seen it at least once. There are different qualities of AI content, ranging from low to high. Some large language models (LLMs) have been so refined that, with excellent prompting, they can write much better content than humans. To be capable of identifying content written by any AI tool, Winston AI has to “see” AI content and human-written text.These types of content will have been “labeled” as AI-generated or human-written and compiled in a huge database. From this database, Winston AI feeds on the texts. While “feeding,” Winston AI identifies the patterns of AI writing well enough to be able to distinguish it from human content. Based on this training, Winston AI can predict the chances that text was created by a human or with AI. Besides, generative AI models are upgraded infrequently. This means that the developers of AI content detectors like Winston AI will have enough time to master any new patterns of writing that are used by AI writing software. It also means that when you want text to bypass an AI content detector that was trained like Winston AI, you really have no other option than to humanize the text.

Method 2: Inspecting the Linguistic Characteristics of Text

The phrase “linguistic characteristics” refers to the features of that language that you must understand in order to speak or write the language fluently. When scanning content, Winston AI analyzes some of its attributes, including its morphology, semantics, and syntax.What do these things mean? Let's break them down.

Morphology

The morphology of a language is the study of how words are formed in that language. When analyzing the morphology of text, Winston AI looks at each word. Do they make sense on their own? Is there a bizarre word that's actually meaningless? These observations contribute to Winston AI's decision about whether the text is written by a human or AI.

Semantics

Winston AI studies the overall meanings of phrases and sentences that make up a passage. Do they convey any meaning to the reader? For example, the phrase “tree climbed shouldn't I” is jargon on a semantic level. But on a morphological level, it makes perfect sense.Let's also look at the sentence, “You ran into an old friend.” This sentence could mean many things, including:
  1. You were running and bumped into an old friend.
  2. You were driving a car and hit an old friend.
  3. You came across an old friend, etc.
Let's now put this sentence into different contexts to see if it still makes sense:Context A: While sitting inside your parked car in the parking lot, you ran into an old friend.Context B: You were so focused on fishing that you didn't notice when you ran into an old friend coming to the lake.Context C: Since you ran into an old friend during your morning jog, you'll need a lawyer.In all of the three contexts above, the clause “you ran into an old friend” seems out of place. A good AI content detector like Winston AI checks to see if any phrases in content are misused and therefore lack contextual meaning. If it finds that many of these phrases are misused, it concludes that the content is more likely to have been generated with AI.

Syntax

In content writing, syntax is how words are arranged to form coherent clauses and sentences that make up the entire text. One major area where AI content differs from human writing is syntax. While AI-generated sentences are usually grammatically accurate, their syntax is a bit different from sentences you write.Let's compare the syntax of one human-written paragraph with that of an AI-generated passage.Human-written paragraph:“Winston AI's developers are at the forefront of the movement against the use of tools like StealthGPT to humanize content. They believe that the only true way to humanize text is to have a real person edit it.”Here's the same paragraph, rephrased using ChatGPT:“Developers at Winston AI are leading the charge against using tools like StealthGPT for humanizing content. They argue that genuine humanization of text can only be achieved through editing by a real person.”See the difference? While a human states the points concisely, AI goes round and round. This slightly convoluted manner in which AI is prone to write is what helps Winston AI identify AI content.

Method 3: Measuring the Perplexity and Burstiness of Text

All of the three linguistic features discussed above — morphology, semantics, and syntax, collectively affect the perplexity and burstiness of text. What do “perplexity” and “burstiness” mean? Let's discuss them.

Perplexity

When Winston AI reads a word, e.g., “bowl,” it immediately guesses all of the words that could possibly come after it. Then, Winston AI checks a list of all the words that can be written after “bowl.”For the purposes of this article, we'll call that list a guess list. The words on the guess list are arranged in order of probability — from the one that's most likely to be used after “bowl” to the one that's least likely to be used after “bowl.”If the text is AI-written, then the word that comes after “bowl” will ideally be high up on the guess list. But if a human wrote the text, the word next to “bowl” may be low on the guess list. The position of the word on the list affects how Winston AI measures its ability to predict the occurrence of that word in text.Where Winston AI is able to correctly predict all of the words used in content, it's said to have a low perplexity. When the opposite is the case, it indicates that the text has high perplexity. AI content usually has low perplexity. But human content? It drives Winston AI into high perplexity mode.

Burstiness

Burstiness indicates how often certain words are repeated in text. When particular words are used over and again in a chunk of text, then that text is said to have a high burstiness because it's saturated with those words. Usually, AI is prone to flexing certain words in a portion of text. So, measuring burstiness is a good strategy for detecting AI content.However, burstiness is not always an accurate measure of the likelihood that text is AI or human content. Where text is generated from a detailed prompt and subsequently edited, it'll have a low burstiness. Therefore, Winston AI may mistake that text for human content.

How to Bypass Winston AI

The results that Winston AI produces shouldn't be taken as a definitive declaration of whether or not the content was written by a human. But that doesn't change the fact that Winston AI and many AI detectors, are relied on to assess the credibility of content.Unfortunately, Winston AI is not one of those AI text detectors that you can bypass by rephrasing content with ChatGPT. You need to do something more than just sending ChatGPT a detailed prompt. To counteract the efforts of Winston AI, try any or all of the following strategies. We particularly recommend the last one.


Reduce Repetition

Remember what we said about burstiness earlier in this article? The purpose of making AI content less repetitive is to reduce its burstiness. Although this technique works effectively on other AI content detectors, it's not that helpful for bypassing Winston AI.

Replace Some Words and Phrases with Their Synonyms

AI content writing tools are inclined to use some words and phrases, such as: moreover, additionally, in conclusion, to sum it up, navigate, in the realm of, delve deeper, crucial, it's important to note that, etc. Anywhere you find those words in AI-generated text, let them go. Substitute them for their synonyms.For instance, instead of “additionally,” you may use “in addition,” “asides this/that,” or “beside.” As an alternative to “it's important to note that,” you could write “it's necessary to note that.” These changes seem little but they go a long way in making it difficult for Winston AI to detect AI content.

Create a Unique Voice

If you're planning to bypass Winston AI by generating content in a specific tone, such as “informational and engaging,” you'll need to edit the content before running it through Winston AI. If you don't edit the text, it may not get up to a 40% human score on Winston AI.

Use AI to Draft Content

Rather than treating AI content as the final draft, treat it like a first draft. Using the content as a foundation for what you really want to write, add bits and pieces of information to it. In the process of raising the informational value of the text, you'll significantly alter its wording.

Customize ChatGPT to Suit Your Writing Preferences

ChatGPT can now remember details across conversations. Consider sending some samples of your writing to ChatGPT to give it a better idea of the kind of content you want it to write for you. This knowledge will help it improve on the style of the content that it writes, bringing the text closer to your requirements.If you don't have personal writing samples, you can send ChatGPT samples written by other people. Doing so won't amount to plagiarism. You'll only be using those samples to inspire ChatGPT's responses.

Bypass Winston AI with StealthGPT

StealthGPT is a reliable software used for avoiding AI detection. It transforms AI content from human content, effortlessly cutting back on the time and energy that you may otherwise spend humanizing AI content yourself. In addition to its Bypasser tool, which is used for bypassing AI detection, StealthGPT has some powerful features that turbocharge the writing process for you. These features include:
  • Generate: The “Generate” tool helps to create content from scratch. It's an AI writing and bypassing tool rolled in one. When using it, you don't need to first create content with a different AI platform. Just send your prompt to StealthGPT's Generate tool, and it'll write coherent, readable content that bypasses AI detection.
  • Essay: Through the Essay tool, you can write full-length essays. If you have a thesis statement, include it in the prompt. StealthGPT's Essay tool will follow the prompt to write a standard essay that can't be detected by any AI essay detection software.

Can StealthGPT Bypass Winston AI?

No AI content detector, including Winston AI, has been able to beat StealthGPT's algorithm. On Winston AI's website, they dedicated an entire blog post to reviewing StealthGPT and testing how well Winston AI was able to detect content generated by StealthGPT. Their verdict? Winston AI couldn't detect AI content that'd been humanized with StealthGPT.

How to Bypass Winston AI using StealthGPT

In this section, we'll explain how to use StealthGPT's Bypasser tool to bypass Winston AI. To follow this tutorial, you'll need an active StealthGPT subscription plan.

Step 1: Generate Content with an AI Content Writing Tool

Send it a prompt, no matter how long or short, to any AI writing software. Copy the content once the platform generates it.

Step 2: Humanize the Content with StealthGPT

Log into your StealthGPT account and open the Bypasser tool. Paste the AI-generated text in the input box. Depending on the subscription plan you purchased you may be able to paste text that's between 750 and 10,000 words long. If you subscribed to a lower pricing plan that allows you to input a maximum of 750 words, but the AI-generated text exceeds your input limit, paste the text in batches.The input limit of the subscription plan of the account we used for this tutorial was enough for the length of our AI-generated text. So we pasted all of the text at once.After pasting the text in the input box, click “Generate.” StealthGPT's Bypasser will humanize the content instantly. You can view the Stealth text, that is, the humanized text, in the Output Panel.
StealthGPT grades the overall score of the Stealth Text, which is an average of four scores:
  • Stealth score: This is a score of how undetectable the Stealth text is. Our Stealth text has a Stealth score of 84. This means that the text is highly unlikely to be detected by AI text detectors.
  • Spelling score: Are the words in the Stealth text properly spelt? How many percent of the words are spelt correctly? The spelling score answers these questions. Our Stealth text has a spelling score of 80. This means that while most of the spellings are correct, a few of them are not.
  • Grammar score: The grammar score reflects the grammatical correctness of the Stealth text. For the best results, it's advisable not to edit the Stealth text using any grammar checker like Grammarly. Using such tools may affect the readability of the text and lower its undetectability. In its freshly-humanized state, our Stealth text has a grammar score of 85.
  • Similarity: The similarity score on StealthGPT indicates how similar the Stealth text is to the original AI text. When using StealthGPT to humanize text, the Stealth text will most likely have a high similarity score. However, it can't have a perfect score because StealthGPT makes some changes to the linguistic characteristics of the text while humanizing it. In our case, StealthGPT graded the Stealth text at 90 points.

Step 3: Run the Stealth text through Winston AI

Logging into Winston AI, we pasted the Stealth text and instructed Winston AI to scan it. After scanning the text humanized with StealthGPT, Winston AI returned a human score of 100.
This is conclusive evidence that you can completely bypass Winston AI using StealthGPT.

Conclusion

Winston AI is one of the most difficult AI detectors to bypass because it uses top-notch mechanisms of AI content detection. Attempting to bypass Winston AI through conventional methods like eliminating repetitiveness, rearranging the syntax of sentences, or even humanizing the content manually may not yield satisfactory results. You'll be surprised to discover that Winston AI will still spot detect that the content was initially written by AI. Fortunately, StealthGPT offers a solution to bypassing Winston AI effortlessly. Try StealthGPT today.

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