How can AI technology help us write right?
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We think of writing as being a uniquely human exercise, one that only we can do well. However, we are quickly entering an era where artificial intelligence is showing off its writing skills, even if it isn’t penning the next Pulitzer Prize winning collection of short stories. Advances in AI software technology have shown the capacity to assist and improve human writing, using tools like IBM Watson’s tone analyzer.

These capabilities have been used in a wide range of cases, like helping large companies make sure their performance reviews are motivating, rewarding, and clarifying for employees, instead of being demoralizing or alienating. They can be used to make sure job positions sound attractive for diverse groups of people, different cultures, ages, and genders. They are also appealing for companies like ours, where English is a second language for many employees. 

So many potential tools exist for these purposes, and new ones are being created daily. From the IBM Tone Analyzer and AI API to Grammarly and more, the possibilities are wide ranging and exciting. 

Deliverables

Identify how AI technology could help improve our writing. Specifically, answer the following questions in detail:

1. In what scenarios, other than for performance reviews, should we look to use AI to make our writing better?

2. Identify at least one existing AI text analysis tool that could be used in the scenario(s) you noted under question 1. Show how this tool has been used in the past. Links to examples are encouraged. 

3. How will this combination of human writing and AI text analysis benefit our company?

    Submissions will be graded on the following criteria:
  • Meets Deliverables
  • Creativity
  • Clarity
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