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  1. Checking for plagiarism is already a part of my life, so I sometimes ask myself such questions. However, in my opinion, this will still not happen, for which there are a number of reasons.

    To begin with, in general, all systems work very differently. Once I had an order to rewrite and raise the uniqueness of the diploma, while anti-plagiarism.<url> showed 74% uniqueness, and etxt on the fifth shingle 29%. And the point is not even in the difference of databases, but in what exactly is considered plagiarism, whether synonyms are considered plagiarism, whether hackneyed phrases are considered plagiarism, etc. Due to the development of technology, it seems to me that verification systems will become “smarter” and will begin to check the text more efficiently – not counting for plagiarism just similar works written independently of each other (if the topic is banal).

    Plus, all the same, the topics of coursework and diplomas are not repeated 100% from year to year, new ones appear, new scientific theories appear, based on which the work is written, etc. I come across hundreds of coursework topics – and I don't think anyone actively wrote about Big Data or AI there three years ago, but now it already exists.

    Now the most important thing in student papers is to be able to draw your own conclusions, and since people are unique, then what is written can differ significantly – both in meaning and in form.

    And this, again, is only about humanitarian things or theoretical chapters. Practical chapters are usually 90% or more unique (according to my job profiles). The requirements for technical work are different, but even there, there are no identical scientific and design diplomas.

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