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5 Simple Tools That Can Bypass ChatGPT Writing Detectors

The concept of AI detection is fishy enough, many students get flagged regardless of if they've used ChatGPT. So how can you ensure your ChatGPT-produced writing doesn't get detected as being written with AI? Here's a few of the best tips to get around it.
Updated November 30, 2023
students cheating on a test administered by a robot in a school classroom, digital art 4k
students cheating on a test administered by a robot in a school classroom, digital art 4k

With the release of ChatGPT last November, pretty much anybody is now able to easily create papers, essays, projects, and even write business plans by prompting ChatGPT a certain way and just waiting for a response.

There are plenty of ways to help predict if something was written with AI but the issue is these tools aren't able to prove it. It's not like plagiarism. There's just no exact proof. and the way it works is complicated.

Regardless of your use for ChatGPT, until the world figures itself out, you may find yourself needing to bypass AI detection to ensure your content isn't erroneously flagged or dismissed.

With the increasing reliance on AI-written content, there has been a rise in AI detection tools, which, as we discussed earlier, aren't always accurate. I do use them myself to check my own writers' submissions, but I would never base a decision of the result of what it says.

So, how can you effectively use ChatGPT to generate content without getting caught by these sometimes overzealous algorithms?

The answer lies in understanding the limitations of AI detection and adapting your writing approach accordingly. The easy solution is to use a word scrambler like Undetectable AI, the harder solution is just to write higher-level writing. In a few months time, none of this will really matter since the cat and mouse game will be too advanced to follow.

How to Bypass AI Detection (When Using ChatGPT)

It's such a conflicting scenario, students are getting flagged as cheaters when they don't even have a ChatGPT account! I've had tons of students reach out to me because their professors had the audacity to accuse them of using AI without any concrete proof.

And then you have students that miraculously get through the hoops when they've "obviously" been using ChatGPT to write. I'm talking full on robotic, perfect syntax, etc.

It expands well beyond education. Sometimes you just want to safeguard yourself against getting flagged no matter what your reason may be.

The easiest way to try to fool these detector is to scramble the words in your writing – but it's not really that easy. Since AI detection works by trying to recreate the text you wrote with AI and see if it's something a computer would write (1 to 1), the more variability in your text means the less likely a computer wrote it.


I've been messing around with Undetectable AI for quite a bit now and have noticed it to be a good scrambler of content. Just keep in mind when using it for more sophisticated writing, as the synonyms and sentence syntax structures it tries to rearrange are harder, resulting in some funky results. But it's a great tool to quickly shuffle things up.

To use the tool, simply paste in your writing & click the humanize button. You should get your new results back in a few seconds. You could also check if what you've pasted is being detected across a few different detectors.

Asking ChatGPT for a creative & undetectable prompt story on anything

So AI can't create "undetectable AI" since it's using itself to write it! Trust me, no matter what you ask it to do or how creative you ask for a result, it's still going to be based on some predictable writing it was trained upon. See what I mean?

Undetectable AI flagging ChatGPT writing as being produced with AI, which is true

After humanizing the content, you should see the new result in your documents tab. You might have to sign up for an account (but you get a decent amount of free words to scramble). Here's what the new result will look like:

Undetectable AI returning content written with AI as creative and paraphrased new content

It says it passes every single detection tool, how awesome! I threw it into Content at Scale personally just to make sure and it looks like we're really good!

Content at Scale showing Undetectable AI paraphrased content as being written by a human

2) HideMyAI

Another incredible tool like Undetectable (that even offers more customization options) is HideMyAI. This tool offers 550 words for free (with an account) that you could use to bypass ChatGPT with.

I'll ask ChatGPT for another paragraph about something (and I'll use GPT-4 so it's the most advanced):

When I put this into Originality it shows as blatant ChatGPT:

Now let's put this into HideMyAI & change a few settings. I want this one to be very casual, I'll match the perspective to the content I put in, and we'll use the ChatGPT generator:

Here's what we got. I love it. It's super casual & describes everything we got from the ChatGPT result:

How does it do against the strictest AI detector currently available to the public? It's incredible. Not even a single chance it was detected with AI. You should totally try out HideMyAI and mess around with the tone & voice options if you want to rearrange and bypass ChatGPT detection.

3) Paraphrase with QuillBot

QuillBot works similar to Undetectable & HideMyAI but lets you click and regenerate the sentences that it scrambled for you. You still get options to change the tone and level of vocabulary, but it's in a slightly different format than before.

I'd say QuillBot takes a bit more work to get perfect but gives you greater customization in a faster and simpler UI to rearrange your writing.

QuillBot paraphrasing tool for AI generated content made with ChatGPT

4) GPTinf

Although this tool looks a bit scarier, it still does the same thing. (No hate, I actually love the way their site is designed). GPTinf is a lot simpler than other tools.

It offers no output customization at all & gives no information on whether or not its a feature for the future.

They include an option to keep certain keywords in the original text for SEO purposes, but that's pretty much all you get. Based on the results, this could be a real hidden gem.

This tool is not as consistent as the others in my opinion, but it doesn’t really imitate human errors like you might see with other tools for avoiding AI detection. I’d give it a solid 7.5 out of 10 for quality.

If you don’t need a text for a specific use case, this is the most balanced one in terms of quality and avoiding detection. I'd recommend checking it out!

5) Try Smodin (No Registration)

This tool kind of combines the bypass methods other tools use with a bit of the QuillBot scrambling. Smodin lets you Rewrite or Recreate something you've written with ChatGPT.

Rewrite is available for free and all it does is use synonyms and slightly alter your sentence structure to avoid AI detection (basically a smaller version of QuillBot).

If you want more of a traditional ChatGPT bypassing tool, try the recreate option. It completely scrambles your sentences.

Smodin is one of the ChatGPT bypassers that gives you free credits without having to register for an account (even a free one). You can get a generous 5 runs with up to 1000 characters in each without having to enter any of your contact information. It's pretty sweet.

6) Rearrange Words Manually

If you break down the actual vocabulary that was produced, you'll see it's not very complex. It uses a lot of basic sentence structures even though the story itself is creative. I've highlighted the super simple sentences that a human would be able to divvy up in bold:

As I sit by the window, watching the raindrops race down the glass pane, I can't help but feel a sense of peace. There's something comforting about the sound of rain, the way it pitter-patters against the rooftop, the way it dances on the leaves of the trees.

In this moment, I feel grateful for the simple things in life. The warmth of a cozy blanket, the aroma of freshly brewed coffee, the companionship of a loyal pet. It's easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of everyday life, but moments like these remind me to slow down and appreciate the beauty that surrounds me.

I take a sip of my coffee and let out a contented sigh. Life may not be perfect, but in this moment, it's pretty darn good.

There's no specific advice you can follow for all pieces of writing, but you get the point! Sophistication is something humans are really good at, and at this current point, robots aren't.

It's As Easy As That

So that's it! The key to making AI text from ChatGPT more human-like is to... make it more creative. These robots don't posses the creativity and adaptability to adjust their writing styles based on the level of intelligence a human provides.

Whatever your reason may be, use these strategies to confuse these faulty detectors and stay in the clear.

What are your thoughts on ChatGPT and AI detection? Have you seen detectors falsely flag your content in either a positive or negative way? Drop a comment below and let me know your thoughts

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Written by Justin Gluska
Justin is the founder of Gold Penguin, a business technology blog that helps people start, grow, and scale their business using AI. The world is changing and he believes it's best to make use of the new technology that is starting to change the world. If it can help you make more money or save you time, he'll write about it!
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