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Education Nonprofits Release Free Tool to Detect ChatGPT-Generated Student Work and launched, a free tool that allows educators to determine whether a text passage was created by humans or AI.

Education technology nonprofits and have launched to help teachers determine whether writing was human- or AI-generated text. At, teachers may enter a passage of text and, with the click of a button, learn whether the text was likely generated by a student or a computer.

ChatGPT's launch has prompted discussion about how to best equip teachers and students with tools to preserve academic integrity and protect the critically important skill of learning how to write. Quill and CommonLit built this new tool to be free, scalable, and user-friendly. requires no account or subscription and can process up to 100,000 essays per day, with an accuracy rate of 80-90%. 

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Alongside the launch of AI Writing Check, the nonprofits developed a toolkit to help educators utilize AI detection websites responsibly. The Quill and CommonLit teams are committed to supporting teachers in navigating the changing landscape and fast developments in AI, acting as translators among the tech, edtech, and K-12 communities. 

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Peter Gault,'s Founder and Executive Director, said, "As tools like ChatGPT become ubiquitous and more advanced over time, many fear that millions of students will stop engaging in the critically important intellectual exercise of carefully reading a text, building a response, applying the rules of grammar, and revising their writing with feedback. While Quill is built on top of AI, we believe that AI should be used to encourage students to do more writing, not for the AI to write for the students."

Michelle Brown, CommonLit's Founder and Chief Executive Officer, said, "The shortcut of using ChatGPT to do the thinking for you is not one that children will so easily overcome. In K-12, it's the exercise of writing and the thinking that goes into organizing your thoughts that matters - not just the output. Education isn't just about creating economic value; it's about human development. It's about our kids, and building their skills and confidence to become leaders who can communicate and leverage advanced tools." and collectively serve more than 10 million economically disadvantaged students each year with free educational materials to advance literacy, representing 20% of all K-12 students.'s mission is to help every low-income student in the United States become a strong writer and critical thinker through free online tools that help teachers by using artificial intelligence to automatically grade and provide feedback on student writing. CommonLit's nonprofit mission is to unlock the potential of every child through reading, writing, speaking, listening, problem-solving, and collaboration.

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Proxymity and FIS Roll Out Multinational Digital Proxy Voting Service, to Boost Capital Markets Firms’ Active Governance

FIS Proxy Voting by Proxymity provides an end-to-end digital proxy voting solution for FIS customers

Proxymity and FIS Roll Out Multinational Digital Proxy Voting Service, to Boost Capital Markets Firms’ Active Governance
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Proxymity, the leading digital investor communication platform, today announced its collaboration with FIS® to launch FIS Proxy Voting by Proxymity. The digital proxy voting service connects issuers, intermediaries, and investors ensuring that investor communications are delivered in real-time.

Rapidly increasing cost pressures amidst an unpredictable economic environment necessitates a reliable, intuitive solution to investor demand for increased transparency. This solution allows businesses to take better control of investor communication and proxy voting, backed by a subscription-based global technology solution. "This new service with FIS offers excellence in transparency, with communications occurring instantly," said Jonathan Smalley, Co-Founder and COO of Proxymity.

Tapping into the service will allow FIS clients to benefit from an end-to-end digital connection that is expected to improve their shareholders' voting experiences by facilitating instant distribution of meeting announcements. 

The new service will also enable FIS clients to establish extended deadlines and provide them with an enhanced confirmation procedure. Proxymity's research has revealed that, upon adoption of its digital proxy voting solution, votes arrive with issuer more than 48 hours earlier and usually show a deadline improvement of up to six days on average, when compared to traditional paper-based processes. 

This proxy voting service supports active governance with issuers contributing to the fulfilment of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) goals and Shareholder Rights Directive II (SRD II) regulatory requirements. FIS banking and capital markets clients will benefit from the very best investor relations solutions, saving time and money by sending votes in real-time to issuers or their agents, and receiving verifiable digital proof that their shareholders' votes have been cast.

Capital markets firms without a digital proxy solution could benefit significantly from this solution, with the recent FIS Global Innovation Report showing that 75% of global executives from capital markets firms believe ESG offers an opportunity to improve competitiveness in the market.

Tony Warren, Head of Strategy and Solutions Management for Capital Markets, FIS said, "Efficient corporate governance is key to our business and that of our clients, and we believe that this new service will strengthen this proposition and could reduce costs for several issuers at this critical time. This new solution is another example of how FIS fulfills its mission: Advancing the way the World Pays, Banks and Invests."

Jonathan Smalley, Co-Founder and COO, Proxymity, said: "The benefits of this collaboration between FIS and Proxymity will be felt keenly among businesses eager to eradicate inefficiencies in their current channels. The primary goal must be to ensure investor communications are seamless and swift, which FIS Proxy Voting by Proxymity will guarantee. We look forward to seeing the fruits of this collaboration."

About Proxymity

Proxymity connects the world's ecosystem of issuers, intermediaries, and investors digitally in real time, bringing unprecedented transparency, efficiency, and accuracy to traditional paper-based processes. Trusted by the world's largest financial institutions, it is the leading digital investor communications platform, serving over twenty-five markets world-wide. Proxymity's ground-breaking technology has also been recognised industry-wide, with recent awards including FSTech's "Most Disruptive Technology in the FinTech Sector" and GC Magazine's "FinTech of the Year 2022".

Our solutions give public companies confidence that their AGM/EGM agendas are transmitted as "golden source" and provide institutional investors with the time to research and vote on corporate decisions, as well as actual digital confirmation that their votes have been received. The digital-native platform, built on highly scalable technology, provides full compliance with the latest regulations such as the Shareholder Rights Directive (SRD II).

Proxymity promotes enhanced environmental, social, and governance (ESG) by improving communication between issuers and investors while making it easier for intermediaries to provide efficient, timely and compliant client service.

The company is backed by a global consortium of the industry's most influential financial institutions, representing seven of the world's top ten Global Custodians managing over $200 trillion in assets under custody (BNP Paribas, BNY Mellon, Citi, Computershare, Deutsche Bank, Deutsche Börse, HSBC, J.P. Morgan, Mediant, State Street).

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