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Google Docs Receives AI Support – Never Check for Grammar Mistakes Again

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Google is the world’s biggest tech company and therefore, no one should be shocked to find out that Google is putting all its focus on developing AI software. Apple was the first smartphone company to introduce an AI assistant (Siri), but Google didn’t waste any time and rolled out the famous Google Assistant.

However, the Android parent is not stopping there and it keeps releasing new software that utilizes AI powered software such as improving the way Google Docs checks for grammar mistakes.

Google Docs Grammar Mistakes

If you are the type of person who loves creating stuff in Google Docs, then you should be happy to know that a brand-new update has started rolling out. To make things even better, the new update introduces AI software to Google Docs which makes it easier for the app to correct grammar mistakes.

Grammar Suggestions

The first time that Google tried to utilize AI in Google Docs was a couple of months ago when it launched the Early Adopter Program. Fortunately, the testing phase proved to be successful and Google Docs fans will not have to rely on third-party apps such as Grammarly to proofread their documents anymore.

Simple Mistakes

Currently, the AI software that Google introduced in the Docs app takes care of “simple” mistakes such as writing “an” instead of “a”. However, Google promises the AI software will be tweaked out in upcoming updates and that it will be able to check for more complex mistakes and prove better corrections to issues such as sentence structure.

Smart Reply is Coming Soon

As if receiving AI support in Google Docs wasn’t amazing enough, the Android promised that Smart Reply will arrive to Google Docs during the next weeks. Moreover, Smart Reply will also be rolled out to Hangouts chats in G suite.

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