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AI Prompt to Pass AI Detection

Writing great content is a time-consuming process. A single piece can take several hours or more to complete between the research, writing, and editing. This long and tedious process can make keeping up with content demand a near-impossible task for websites without a dedicated team of writers.

Fortunately, AI is here to lend an artificial helping hand. AI programs like ChatGPT can generate informative and well-written content from simple prompts in just a few seconds. Whether you need a blog post, a product page, or some catchy ad copy, an AI can craft it for you in almost no time.

However, when using AI-generated text, there is always the possibility of being flagged by an AI content detector. These detectors are trained on the same language models AI uses to generate text, and they are becoming increasingly adept at spotting AI content. That doesn't mean they're infallible, though. Content detectors often make mistakes, sometimes confusing AI-written content for human-written and vice versa.

While there is no surefire way to make your AI-created content get past detectors 100% of the time, you can edit your prompt to increase your chances of passing AI detection.

How to Write a Prompt to Pass AI Detection

Crafting a prompt to pass AI detection is not as simple as "make this content undetectable by AI content detectors." The reason why is that AI generates content using natural language processing and natural language generation processes. Though advanced, these systems are still programmed using specific rules that make the content they generate predictable and full of patterns. Content detectors are trained to spot these language patterns, which is how they determine whether or not AI created given content.

When writing a prompt to pass AI detection, your prompt must specify how the AI should alter its usual text-generating processes. This will help make the resulting content significantly harder to detect. There are three aspects of content generation that you can request be adjusted by the AI when creating your prompt.


Burstiness is a term that refers to patterns of data that are not evenly distributed throughout but rather occur in short, irregular bursts. Concerning AI-content generation, burstiness is the level of variability in the writing structure. Telling the AI to "increase burstiness" in your prompt can add more diverse sentence structures throughout the content, making it harder for detectors to spot the usual patterns.


Perplexity measures how well an AI language model can understand a sentence and predict the next word. The lower an AI's perplexity, the more confident it is in its prediction and understanding of the text. Instructing the AI to increase its perplexity slightly will add a higher degree of unpredictability to the content it generates due to the AI's reduced confidence in its understanding. Doing so may result in less readable content, but it will also help eliminate some language patterns, making it harder for content detectors to recognize AI-generated text.


Temperature, as it relates to AI, is the parameter that controls how random the output is from a language model. The higher an AI's temperature, the more varied its responses will be. This means telling an AI to increase its temperature when generating content increases the randomness of the writing and makes it more difficult for content detectors to spot patterns.

Telling an AI to increase its burstiness, perplexity, and temperature will increase your chances of successfully writing a prompt to pass AI detection. However, doing so may also have the added side effect of making the content harder to read or factually incorrect. That is why if you choose to adjust these three aspects, it is imperative that you carefully review the AI content before publishing it. It should also be noted that adjusting burstiness, perplexity, and temperature still does not guarantee your content will pass detectors 100% of the time. For work that is expected to be your own, such as school essays, the best practice is still to write it yourself.

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