PG watched a Grammarly for Business Webinar earlier today and was very impressed by what the company showed with respect to AI writing.
Per the demos, Grammarly has taken AI to a higher plane than PG has seen before. Features that impressed him were:
- Analysis of the user’s writing voice to help Grammarly be more helpful in shaping future creations for a variety of purposes.
- The ability to have Grammarly go through a document you or someone else has written, summarize it, and use it as a sort of electronic style guide in the future
- The ability to assist in quick creation of documents for a wide variety of purposes, blog posts, text messages, emails, etc. In at least some uses, Grammarly will create the appropriate format for the written message, for example by creating and inserting bullet points from a longer text.
For the moment, it looks like the super AI will be limited to Grammarly for Business, which is an enterprise-scale program.
PG looked for an online link to a recorded version of the webinar but was unable to find it. If visitors to The Passive Voice can locate one, feel free to include a link in the comments to this post.