Chatham, Ontario, July 19, 2018 — Scribendi is excited to announce its recent advances in artificial intelligence (AI) technologies and research. These advances, made possible through a collaboration with the University of Waterloo’s Artificial Intelligence Institute, are significant in the field of grammatical error correction (GEC).
The new website, Scribendi.ai, features the company’s first AI-powered tools: the Accelerator and the Classifier. The Accelerator is an automated GEC tool that enhances editors’ productivity, accuracy, and consistency. The Classifier is a set of algorithms that recommends the appropriate service for any document uploaded by a client. These tools improve editors’ workflow and customers’ experiences.
Scribendi CEO Enrico Magnani commented, “Our collaboration with the University of Waterloo and the support from the Ontario Centres of Excellence and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada were key to launching our first GEC tools. We are looking forward to continuing this cooperation to advance AI knowledge.”
Scribendi is bridging the gap between industries and academia, working with other industry leaders to advance GEC research. President Patricia Riopel said, “We believe that a real human professional aided by AI technology is a truly powerful combination. This is what allows us to lead the field in terms of speed, consistency, and quality. We are excited to continue innovating, to help our clients get published, and to share our capabilities with other organizations’ editorial departments.”
About Us — Scribendi is an ISO 9001:2015-certified online editing and proofreading company dedicated to helping people reach their goals through the written word. With over 300 editors and thousands of clients, the company has a reach that extends across the world.
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