Google has announced that artificial intelligence grammar testing will now be a native feature of Google Docs for all G Suite users, its corporate suite of web tools and services. The grammar check that Google announced in July last year runs machine translation, which is the same subset of AI tools that provide the ability to handle natural language software and the ability to translate text from one language to another.
At that time, grammar checking using AI was enabled by the system administrator, which means that it will not be widely available by default. Now Google says that all G Suite users will see these offers in Google Docs. Some of the common ones include the use of the "effect" effect against the "effect", "when" they are used instead of them, as well as the complex problems. To distinguish it from standard spell checking that spells misspelled words in red, the grammar controller will use the blue lines to highlight the error to be solved.
"With the help of machine translation, we can recognize errors and offer corrections because the job is executed. We worked closely with linguists to decipher the rules for the machine translation model and used it as the basis for automatic offers in your Documents, based on AI, "writes Vishnu Sivaji, Google's product manager at Google's blog. At that, methods of machine translation can capture a number of different corrections, from simple grammatical rules, such as how to use & # 39; a & # 39; against & # 39; an & # 39; in the sentence, to more complex grammatical concepts such as the proper use of subordinate articles.
Unfortunately, the function is still limited for business users. But the extension for all G Suite customers and turning it on by default in Google Docs is a good indication that the company is preparing grammatical checks for a wider release of consumers at some point in the future.