Google Launches AI Grammar Tool | Cheers to All G-Suite Users

Google announced the launch of its new AI Grammar Tool checker; corporate tools and other web services for all G-Suite users.

What separates this AI based checker from any other Google Doc spellcheckers; that it uses Machine Learning technology as a part of AI Grammar Tool; for checking any complex grammatical errors and tricky sentences.

Google launches its AI Grammer Tool | A Checker for all G-suite users

Vishnu Shivaji, the product manager of G-Suite mentioned in his speech that  “Using Machine translation; we are able to recognize errors and suggest corrections as work is getting done.”

Sivaji mentioned that all the G-Suite users would be provided with in-line suggestions for any grammatical as well as syntax errors.

Sivaji also added that “If you have made a grammar mistake, a squiggly blue line will appear under the phrase as you write it.”

Shivaji further mentioned that Google has been working along with many many language experts; for deciphering the rules associated with the machine language translation. Then implement the same for the foundation of automatic grammatical suggestions in the Google Docs, with AI support.

He further mentioned that “In doing so, machine translation techniques can catch a range of different corrections; from simple grammatical rules such as how to use ‘a’ versus ‘an’ in a sentence to more complex grammatical concepts such as how to use subordinate clauses correctly.

This AI-powered grammatical checker will be a beneficial tool for the users to improve their writing skills; rectify all their contextual as well as grammatical errors. Some errors are complex like proper of prepositions- the difference between “effect” and “effect,” “there” and “their.”  AI-powered Google checker will easily solve such complex writing issues.

Together with Spellcheck; this AI-powered grammatical checker will provide all the G-Suite user- the next level of writing experience.


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