For a start, there are multiple ChatGPT detectors. From the
politics.meta.se on this topic, the website AI-content-detector was provided that could scan text to see if it was produced via AI. Additionally, on another forum (who I cannot remember sadly), the website provided was named GPT-2 Output Detector Demo that supports Q's (questions) or A's (answers) being copy and pasted into the provided box to determine the likelihood of the Q or A being produced by ChatGPT.
Additionally, if you are using Google Chrome and want to install the extension
Tampermonkey, then you can have a button at the bottom of every question or answer to have them evaluated for AI likelihood (using @Simon Dispa as an example as this question was at the top of the feed):
Detect OpenAI button is present you can click on it to receive a score, in this case 38.4% which is reasonable as much of TeX code has already been published.
Further advice on this script is contained on the Stack Apps site but it may be helpful to you if you want an automatic script to determine whether or not to raise a moderator flag.