Is it cheating if you let an AI right your novel? What if it just helps you write it?
I have a mentor helping me out from time to time and he sent me an excerpt from a Greg Bear sci-fi novel and one of the sentences was longer than some of my paragraphs lol. To each their own.
I might give one a try sometime, just to see if I can get it to fix my comma's. Somehow, I always put them in the wrong place. At least, my editor seems to move all I put in and add them wherever I left them out....
Calling Grammarly (and similar programs) an AI is vastly overstating its abilities. Grammarly, as far as I understand it, is simply a rule based program. It has got a bunch of grammar rules, which it uses to check text. Yes, they're complex rules, and they're improving them constantly. But it's still just a computer program applying rules.It seems pretty useful, but I agree that the AI would not have a clear understanding of most sentences and their underlining intent.