Artificial intelligence is being used to cast its all-seeing eye over the written word with DeepL's latest Write. Pitched as a rival to , the tool is able to correct spelling and grammar mistakes, rephrase words and sentences, and generally make your writing clearer. Developer DeepL, who first made waves with its AI-driven , said the tool uses “neural network technology that captures the context and nuances of the original text to provide rephrasing suggestions and alternative word choices.” Writing on the wall Originating as an idea to help its multilingual user-base to check the accuracy of their translations, the idea behind Write is to grant users control over their writing. Unlike ChatGPT's essay-generating content, this AI is effectively a smart proof-reader, although the company claimed that by serving up recommended changes across phrasing, tone, style, and word choice, writers can “retain their authentic voice” and creativity. (Image credit: DeepL) We gave Write a quick test drive. The interface is clean, with just two text fields and an option to switch languages. British-English, American-English, and German are supported at launch. Text is pasted in the left field and the results appear to the right. Suggestions are highlighted in that familiar way. Clicking on these in-body links serves up a few more possibilities, too. > > : Business alternatives to Word, PowerPoint and Excel > Speed was excellent – less than a second to check a single sentence; a few seconds to run its A-eye over a longer piece (although […]
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