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#TheFeed: GPTZero, Notpla, & the National Association of Friendship Centres

TF330: Edward Tian, Princeton University senior, explains GPTZero, which addresses plagiarism concerns by detecting if text is written by ChatGPT. Plus, Co-founder of Notpla, Pierre Paslier, shares their mission to replace single-use plastic with single-use seaweed. Also, Jocelyn Formsma, Executive Director of the National Association of Friendship Centres, discusses the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting and the plan to advance Indigenous knowledge at this year’s gathering. In Socially Speaking, we chat about how to say “no”.

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