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India’s first A.I.-based Office Suite – A.I. Zoho

India’s first A.I.-based Office Suite – A.I. Zoho

Tamil Nadu’s engineers from two centres of Zoho have now created India’s first ever A.I.-driven Web-based office suite in India. The global biggies will now have a competitor in the market. It is a completely Web-based, AI-fuelled office suite for today's mobile using generation. Suites such as these have been in progress for a decade now. Although it is modestly priced for enterprises, it is free for other users. It is said to offer Zoho Notebook, Zoho Writer, Zoho Show, and Zoho Sheet. These platforms can somewhere be compared to MS Word, Powerpoint and Excel. Backing up these A.I. platforms is an entity called Zia. It is said to correct every error and calculate the right way to present content. In other words, it acts both like a grammar tool and plagiarism checkers. It is so precise that it corrects each and every mistake. It reframes the sentence for better use and also suggests you to use different words to give a better understanding of certain lines. This is through the Zoho Notebook.

Other tools allow you to fix any missing values, erroneous data entry and typo errors along with the level of visual sophistication it becomes more useful. All of these can be connected to smart TVs as well.

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