If you spend your day writing articles and creating content, you might be conversant with Grammarly. It is a writing assistant tool that checks your grammar, spelling, clarity, etc.
In a press release, Grammarly announced its plans to further expand its capabilities with generative AI. The tool will now feature GrammarlyGO, “an on-demand, contextually aware assistant powered by generative AI”.
The tool is designed to enhance communication by enhancing productivity where writing happens. It will provide users with on-demand communication assistance throughout the writing process and even provide revisions to pieces that have already been completed.
According to Rahul Roy-Chowdhury, Grammarly’s global head of product:
It will uniquely offer relevant, contextually aware suggestions that account for personal voice and brand style while staying true to our augmented intelligence philosophy to keep customers in control of their experience. GrammarlyGO will enable customers to save time, enhance their creativity, and get more done—helping individuals achieve their potential and enterprises transform how they work.
With the generative AI tool, users will be able to rewrite text to be more concise and align with the tone that they want it to. It allows you to personalize your voice to ensure that the flow of communication is seamless. Additionally, it can now compose high-quality content thus helping you communicate effectively and efficiently.
What’s more, you can use it to create ideas and unlock your creativity. Furthermore, you can also leverage its capabilities to send out email replies as the tool understands the context within emails allowing it to come up with drafts.
Grammarly is now transitioning to a platform that provides more than just editing capabilities. The company has also assured users that despite the incorporation of the new tool into the legacy, it will still maintain high standards for enterprise data security, user privacy, and responsible AI.
The new tool is expected to start rolling out in beta in April to all users with Grammarly Premium, Grammarly Business, and Grammarly for Education subscriptions. It will also be rolling out to users with Grammarly’s free plan in the US, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Poland, and Ukraine.
We’ve also seen Microsoft take up a similar approach by highlighting its plan to debut an accessibility assistant. A new feature designed to help content creators make their work more accessible with less effort in Microsoft 365. It will help make content more readable across multiple platforms like Microsoft Editor and more.