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Artificial Intelligence

Automatic texts created by Artificial Intelligence

Many are the tools that we currently have available to help us improve our grammar and syntax when writing an academic essay, a speech or an email in the company.

However, there is one that has taken this much further by presenting itself as a tool that not only takes care of the grammar and syntax of your email, but also takes care of structuring its content for you.

Is about Flowrite, a kind of Grammarly on steroids whose development is found supported by AI, process in which early access to the OpenAI GPT-3 API.

There are already more than 30 thousand consumers who are on the waiting list to acquire this tool, hoping that it will provide them with the efficiency they seek in everything related to creation of email content.

This is how Flowrite is circumscribed under the motto «zero inbox»Targeting lightning-fast email composition, a feature that might come in handy if you’re the type of person who sends a ton of structured emails every day.

How does Flowrite work?

The moment you go into action Flowrite processes a set of instructions to generate a structured and readable email. In this way, while other tools such as Grammarly work on the spelling and syntax of a ready-made text, Flowrite helps you write it, taking care of these aspects as well.

In that sense, the AI ​​models used in Flowrite were subjected to a training focused on email creation.

According to Flowrite CEO and co-founder Aaro Isosaari, this approach was due to the time it took for him to write emails.

So, for the moment, the use of Flowrite is more oriented to professional communication, leaving out other broader cases that involve the writing of texts.

Also, Flowrite works by adapting to the context of the email you want to create and is not static compared to existing email templates.

Added to this, with Flowrite the user can review the generated text in order to adjust it before shipping to the recipient, so that even with all the sophistication that this tool may present, the human factor is still part of the process.

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