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Grammarly Introduces ChatGPT-Like AI Assistant

Grammarly Introduces ChatGPT-Like AI Assistant

Ivana Shteriova
Grammarly, the most popular tool for checking grammar and spelling, is joining the AI race with GrammarlyGO, a writing assistant that will be able to support users throughout all stages of the writing process, from ideation to composition and editing.

The beta version will be released in April and will be available at no additional cost to all premium users as well as its free plan in select markets.

GrammarlyGO can help users generate any type of text, from an email response and project outline to complex task-focused articles, thanks to its ability to understand context and converse on a human level. It can also suggest prompts to spark inspiration and speed up writing.

“GrammarlyGO will enable customers to save time, enhance their creativity, and get more done,” reads the company’s blog post. Its goal is “to help people and businesses succeed with on-demand communication assistance” and “enable customers to save time, enhance their creativity, and get more done.”

Users will be able to set a preferred voice and professional role for more personalized results. GrammarlyGO claims to “go beyond standard generative AI by producing text that is specifically relevant and effective for each customer,” a level of personalization that’s not available at ChatGPT. GrammarlyGO uses generative AI – or more precisely, OpenAI’s GPT-3-derived API, but also has its own algorithm for grammatical and spelling suggestions.

GrammarlyGo will be available inside its parent app as well as other Grammarly-compatible apps and products. Grammarly’s add-ons for Microsoft Word, Slack, Gmail, and its Google Chrome extension will get a GrammarlyGO boost once the beta version rolls out in April.

Grammarly is not new to AI – it has been using it for almost 14 years to detect grammar and spelling errors and provide suggestions that improve writing. AI chatbots have stirred up quite a bit of controversy lately, but the company asserts that GrammarlyGO follows “high standards of privacy, security, responsibility, and quality.”

Since ChatGPT’s launch in November, a rising number of companies, led by Microsoft and Google, have decided to reinvent their products with generative AI. Just recently, Snapchat introduced an AI chatbot within its app.

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