A new financial windfall that will allow the application to optimize its recently introduced tone detector and boost the artificial intelligence of its product.
The Californian firm Grammarly pursues its merry way with brio. The one who developed a writing assistance tool, able to perform grammar and spelling checks, but also plagiarism, successfully completed a new investment round of $ 90 million, led by General Catalyst , tells us an official press release.
Boost the product
Recently introduced by the American firm, it is the tone detector (at least 120 characters to activate it) set up on the application – and also available via a Chrome extension – which will benefit from this new budget: the The idea is to optimize it as much as possible, while continuing to generally improve the artificial intelligence of the product to fill the twenty million daily users.