Google Docs gets a grammar checker that relies on machine translation – The Verge


The Verge
Google Docs is, at long last, getting a grammar-checking feature, which’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 …
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