Google Docs gets an AI grammar checker

Google Docs

New AI grammar tool just got an update with Google Docs. By now, everyone knows about the free and paid service known as Grammarly. When enabled in your browser, it can provide you a real-time corrections for grammar and syntax errors. However, it gets things wrong sometimes.

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Despite Grammarly’s integration with Microsoft Word, the program didn’t work with Google Docs. However, thanks to the latest news from Google, Grammarly might not be the only grammar fixing AI tool in town for Google users now.

Machine Translation AI Tool in Google Docs

The machine translation algorithm recognizes errors in real-time. It even makes suggestions for corrections as you type. Google claims the tool can spot incorrect article usage as well as more complicated grammatical and syntax issues. A highly effective approach to grammar correction that is machine translation-based.

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It’s not clear to me whether Google’s service will find difficulty with punctuation or odd word choices, something that tools like Grammarly can check for.

It’s interesting that Google is opting for this translation-based approach, though, which once again shows the company’s bets on artificial intelligence and how it plans to bring these techniques to virtually all of its products over time. Google also uses artificial intelligence for ads construction for Google AdWords which is now changed to Google Ads.

Google isn’t the only company to leverage AI for things like real-time grammar fixing

  • Deep Grammar : It offers a similar tool based on natural language processing. This works similarly to the Inbenta Chatbot, but for the sake of grammar checking. It appears that Deep Grammar is still in development, but its “coming soon.”
  • PaperRater :It offers plagiarism checking, grammar checks, and writing suggestions.
  • CorrectEnglish : Its functions are similarly to the Grammarly browser plugin. You can get suggestions in real time, while also using proofreading tools.
  • Word Counter : It offers expanded tools like word counting, reading level, speaking time, keyword density, and more details about any given piece of content.

We don’t know if the new Google Docs grammar AI will be able to stand among these famous tools including Grammarly. But it has surely spread the heat of competition among these tools. Lets see who turns this heat to become fire.

We will update you with more latest findings in our upcoming article. So, according to your point of view which AI-based grammar and writing tool you will prefer the most to use? comment your answers below.

 

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