Grammarly’s New CEO On Why ChatGPT Won’t Kill His Business

“There’s no kind of a priori right of this technology to upend our world, our lives and displace our own capabilities. I want technology to augment us, not displace us.”

Rahul Roy-Chowdhury left Google two years ago to become the global head of product at Grammarly. Earlier this month, he became CEO just as it released GrammarlyGO, which uses generative AI to expand the breadth of services to not just assist users with writing but help them come up with ideas and compose. As he puts it: “We can now help the entire life cycle of communication.”

But the technology that’s…

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