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Google integrates grammar check feature into its search engine, utilizing generative AI technology

Google has introduced a novel feature to its search engine, designed to assist users in improving their writing skills. This new addition incorporates a grammar check function, powered by generative artificial intelligence (AI) technology. With this feature, users can receive real-time suggestions and corrections for their grammar and writing as they input queries and search terms on Google's platform.

By Rekha Joshi 
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Google has introduced a new feature to its search engine that allows users to check grammar directly without the need to visit other websites. This grammar checker utilizes AI systems to analyze language and determine if a given phrase or sentence is grammatically correct. While Google Docs and Gmail already offer integrated grammar checks, this is the first time such a feature has been added to Google’s search engine.

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This move is part of Google’s ongoing efforts to enhance its search engine using AI technology, keeping pace with the AI revolution in the industry. Microsoft Bing, one of Google’s main competitors, already provides AI-powered search and chat capabilities. Google’s approach seems to involve refining the technology before a wider rollout.

As part of the Search Generative Experience, Google now has the ability to summarize information from various sources with citations in response to user queries. Generative AI tools have also been integrated into Docs and Gmail, and Google introduced its own generative AI-powered language model called Bard as a competitor to ChatGPT.

However, it’s important to note that the accuracy of the grammar check feature is not perfect, as it relies on generative AI technology. The feature’s accuracy may be compromised with partial sentences, and currently, it only supports English.

To use the grammar check feature, users can type their text into the search bar and add “grammar check” or “check grammar” at the end. The feature will then highlight and underline parts that require correction. If no issues are detected, a green check mark will be displayed. Users can easily copy the corrected sentence by hovering their mouse over it and clicking the Copy button.

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