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Copyleaks Unveils Grammar Checker API

As it continues to add more artificial intelligence features to improve writing tasks, AI content and plagiarism detection company Copyleaks has unveiled a new tool — Grammar Checker API — as part of its platform to assist personalized learning and administrative tasks in education.

Grammar Checker API will provide suggestions for sentence structure, mechanics, word choice, spelling, and more, the company said. This tool combines with Copyleaks' AI Content and Plagiarism detectors to assist users to create original, error-free writing. The new grammar checker integrates into native platforms with a single line of code, the company added.

Key features include:

  • Personal Proofreader — flags run-ons, fragments, misused words, and more and suggests word choices tailored to the reading audience;
  • Mechanical Notifications — flags spelling and punctuation errors and problems such as misused conjunctions, subject-verb agreements, prepositions, and others;
  • Originality and Transparency — assists original, error-free writing with the help of the content and plagiarism detectors; and
  • Multi-language Support — in addition to English, will soon offer German, French, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese to make it accessible to users around the world.

Copyleaks said its API is built "by developers for developers" and is "fully customizable," supporting key programming languages, including C#, Node.JS, PHP, Java, Ruby, Python, and more. Documentation can be found here.

In addition, Copyleaks has released Codeleaks Source Code AI Detector, which identifies AI-generated source code and "provides key licensing details, helping mitigate potential infringement, ensuring full code transparency, and keeping proprietary code secure."

To learn more and for pricing information, visit the Grammar Checker API page.

About the Author

Kate Lucariello is a former newspaper editor, EAST Lab high school teacher and college English teacher.