Typewise, a Swiss based tech company, has developed a Text Prediction AI that enables users to compose emails, messages and documents more quickly and accurately.
Dubbed ‘Typewise Desktop’ the Text Prediction AI was built in conjunction with Zurich ETH’s AI Center and already powers Typewise’s smartphone keyboard app which has been downloaded more than 1.7 million times.
The tech uses next-word and sentence competition AI to vastly increase text input in any browser-based situation. It also has advanced autocorrect functionality that eliminates errors, and a ‘text replacement’ or ‘snippet’ tool that enables users to insert sentences or entire paragraphs via shortcuts.
Unlike Google Smart Compose or Microsoft Text Suggestion, which work only within Google/Microsoft products, Typewise Desktop comes as a browser extension so can be used in any web-based situation. In addition, the tool enables 100% data privacy, which the company believe is essential for the enterprise market.
David Eberle, Typewise Co-founder and CEO explains: “Our new desktop solution will enable businesses up to enterprise size to utilise our powerful Text Prediction AI to significantly boost productivity. Powered by the same Text Prediction technology that is the underlying engine for our popular keyboard app, we’ve continually iterated our AI and are excited to now be offering our product to the enterprise sector. We believe our privacy focused tech that boosts the speed and quality of email, message and document composition provides game-changing productivity benefits for an area that is currently underserved.”
Typewise Desktop is currently in closed beta phase, with several pilots in progress.
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