Snorkel looks at both context and sentence structure and applies those "rules" to generate labeled training data for building a machine learning model.
When the model detects a student asking to cheat, it alerts someone who will make a final determination whether there was, indeed, a cheating request.
“So it’s not just [about the] brand, there’s a very, very good long-term business reason to be a product that helps in learning rather than cheating.” “Chegg does not tolerate cheating.
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I'm taking Electric circuit, Static and Calculus as my main core this semester. On another note, try to find the solutions guides, they are out there... And do join the IEEE Student Branch at your college if you have one (which you certainly should). Over the years I've had 3 tutors from IEEE, 1 for Chem, 1 for calc, and 1 for electric circuits.
I've used Chegg in the past for classes where I needed solutions.
And it’s what the Santa Clara, Calif.-based company wants to thwart.
Speaking to an audience of researchers from the education industry last week at the Bay Area Learning Analytics Conference, held at the University of California at Berkeley, Deb shared how Chegg uses a Stanford-built tool to try to keep out students who just want an online tutor to do their homework.
The company’s tutors are instructed by the company not to engage if they encounter such solicitations. But Chegg doesn’t generally take action against the person making the request.
“You can come here and ask [someone to do your work for you], we can’t stop you from that,” said Deb.