3 Foolproof Methods to Trick AI Content Detectors

Zulie Rane
9 min readJan 24, 2023
Claude Monet painting of a high fashion woman with big short curly red hair with straight bangs doing a magic trick — v 4
Image generated on Midjourney. Prompt: Claude Monet painting of a high fashion woman with big short curly red hair with straight bangs doing a magic trick — v 4 I like this picture because she is tricking people, but she herself was made by AI!

AI content today is here to stay. I say it begrudgingly, I resented it, I ignored it for a long time, but it’s here and it’s open source and it’s not going anywhere.

I’m leaning in. In this article, I’m going to teach you three ways to trick AI content detectors in a smart way and still feel proud of the work you’re doing.

As a writer, the best thing you can do is get on board with learning how to use it. Not later, not when everyone but you is using it. Now.

One thing that is going to be increasingly important is to make sure that you’re not getting caught in AI content detectors.

Here’s the video if you prefer watching:

Why do you need to know how to trick AI content detectors?

Google made waves recently by announcing it was going to be catching AI-generated content and penalizing it in the search results, which is good.

This means you aren’t going to be competing with the unholy offspring of SEO word salad…

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