Hello Mi Fans,
You probably don’t want to make grammar errors in your emails (or blog posts), but every now and then, they do slip in. Google has introduced grammar suggestions to Docs users involved its Early Adopter Program. The addition uses machine translation to spot everything from basic grammatical goofs (such as "a" instead of "an") to larger issues with sentence structure, including subordinate clauses.
To solve grammar corrections, it uses a unique machine translation-based approach to recognize errors and suggest corrections on the fly. It'll be able to identify mixed up words (like 'affect' and 'effect'), incorrect tenses, improper uses of commas and clauses, and more. To do all of that, Google says it'll be relying on machine translation, the same technology it uses to translate between multiple languages. Google says it can catch anything from wrongly used articles ('an' instead of 'a') to more complicated issues like incorrectly used subordinate clauses.
When It'll Be Available?
The grammar check feature won't be widely available right away. It's launching first for business users, and it'll have to be enabled by a company's administrator in order for users to test it out. They’ll be able to start doing that today but Google didn’t say when the feature would be released to consumer accounts or which languages the feature would support at launch.
Details on what the grammar checking feature is capable of and exactly how its AI will work are limited right now. All we really know is that Google is already quite capable when it comes to machine translation. Two years ago, the company said its tech was approaching human levels of accuracy. So it makes sense that Google would lean on its already established tech when developing this feature.
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It’d be nice if Google also made this new grammar checker available as an API for other developers, too!
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