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Grammarly launches AI writing assistant, GrammarlyGo, inspired by ChatGPT

Grammarly has introduced GrammarlyGo, a new writing assistant function that will utilize artificial intelligence (AI) to improve its services. GrammarlyGo, like the contentious ChatGPT, will let authors employ AI to revise their work and enhance its quality.

The San Francisco-based startup’s latest update to its platform adds a number of features. GrammarlyGo features personalized speech choices for reading text aloud and uses AI technologies to help users brainstorm ideas.

“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,”said Grammarly in an official blog post.

Grammarly Premium, Business, and Education clients will be able to access the beta version of GrammarlyGo beginning in April. Also, users of the free version in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Poland, and Ukraine will get access to the functionality before users in other areas.

GrammarlyGo is intended to work with Grammarly-compatible email threads and long-form documents. The new function will be capable of creating material based on brief prompts and generating rapid answers depending on the context of received emails.

In recent weeks, the issue of AI-generated writing has elicited a variety of emotions from experts across many areas, with both enthusiasm and fear being voiced.

AI-powered tools like GrammarlyGo and ChatGPT have sparked discussion among content writers, academics, and other members of the writing community who are concerned that these tools may eventually replace their jobs. Developers, on the other hand, are embracing these services in order to boost productivity and minimize strain.

According to claims from technology experts throughout the globe, generative AI services like GrammarlyGo and ChatGPT may be used by criminals to write, understand, and answer in real-time across several languages.

Grammarly wants to give its 50 million users generative AI, even though the tech and writing communities are worried. To make its features acceptable to international corporations, the platform claims to have emphasized strict security requirements.

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