Agility Writer is one of the newest AI writing assistants on the market. With its advanced AI models and unique features, it promises to help writers pass AI detection and create high-quality, original content.
In this article, we will test Agility Writer against AI detection tools and see if it lives up to its promises. Specifically, we will:
- Test different Agility Writer models against the Originality AI detector
- Measure article readability using the Hemingway App
- Evaluate which Agility Writer modes and settings produce the highest originality scores
Does Agility Writer Pass AI Detection?
Yes, Agility Writer passes AI Detection easily beating Originality AI getting a 96% Human Score when using “Anti-AI” Informal Mode, as well as some other settings.
Agility Writer Anti-AI Feature
To activate the anti-AI detection settings in Agility Writer, you need to:
- Go to Advanced Modes in the sidebar menu
- Scroll down to the Writing Style section
- Toggle on the Anti-AI Detection modes you want to use. There are two options:
- Concise Tone: Optimizes your writing to use more formal, concise language that aims to avoid AI patterns.
- Informal Tone: Uses more casual language with filler words and idioms to mimic human writing styles and “fool” AI detectors.
- The selected anti-AI mode will now be activated and applied when generating content.
To test Agility Writer’s ability to pass AI detection, I generated five 2000 word articles using different modes and settings:
- Default GPT-3.5
- GPT-4 + Readability
- GPT-4 + Readability + Anti-AI Concise Mode
- GPT-4 + Readability + Anti-AI Informal Mode
I then tested each article using the following tools:
- Originality AI: To measure similarity to existing content
- Hemingway App: To evaluate readability
Here is an overview of the Agility Writer test settings:
|The standard hybrid model
|Advanced generative model
|Improves readability metrics
|+ Anti-AI Concise
|Optimized to avoid AI detection
|+ Anti-AI Informal
|Optimized casual tone to avoid AI detection
And here are the complete test results:
|+ Anti-AI Concise
|+ Anti-AI Informal
The test reveals some clear takeaways about Agility Writer’s ability to pass AI detection:
- The default GPT-3.5 model scored very poorly on originality, as expected. This mode is not optimized to avoid AI detection.
- GPT-4 on its own achieved surprisingly good originality scores around 28%. The casual tone and first-person perspective likely contribute to more unique writing.
- Enabling the Readability feature significantly boosts originality up to 64%. This indicates it is producing more original phrasing and sentences.
- The Anti-AI Concise mode only scored marginally better than Readability alone. It seems optimizing for concision does not help further avoid detection.
- However, the Anti-AI Informal mode achieved exceptional 96% originality, demonstrating Agility Writer can pass AI detectors when specifically optimized for an informal tone.
So in summary, Agility Writer can achieve high enough originality to pass many AI detection checks, provided:
- You use GPT-4 or better language models
- You enable the Anti-AI Informal tone setting
With these modes active, it generated 96% original content in our test – exceeding the quality of competing writing tools.
We also evaluated article readability using the respected Hemingway App.
The findings show:
- GPT-3.5 scored very low with Grade 10 difficulty. The content was complex, long-winded, and unrefined.
- GPT-4 improved to Grade 9 by producing clearer writing.
- Enabling Readability took this further to Grade 6 by enhancing clarity through concise sentences and plain language.
- The Anti-AI modes scored Grade 7 and 6, maintaining strong readability despite optimizations for originality.
So Agility Writer can achieve readable, polished writing that avoids convoluted or over-complicated sentences which hurt comprehension.
The Grade 6-7 results on all optimized modes match what skilled human writers can produce. This proves advanced AI writing can be very coherent and engaging.