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Grammarly Wants to Expand Its AI From the Classroom to the Office

  • Company offers software to improve office communications
  • The tool faces competition from Google, Microsoft and others
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Grammarly Inc., a software company known for its writing assistant, is expanding its artificial intelligence offerings in the workplace. 

In June, the company is rolling out new features for its enterprise offering, Grammarly Business, including business-specific terms and knowledge in its AI-powered communication assistant called GrammarlyGo. At an event on Tuesday, the company laid out its roadmap for an AI-connected workplace, which eventually will include the capability to summarize key points in a long email string, identifying whether the information is already shared within the organization and composing a reply. Grammarly also aims to connect to other common office applications such as Slack and Gmail, identify priority tasks for employees and compose a response to colleagues across different messaging apps.