Ellie is an AI email assistant that learns from a user's writing style and crafts relevant replies as if written by the user. This tool is available as a Chrome or Firefox extension and works with Gmail, with plans to support other web-based email clients in the future.
Ellie takes context from email threads to provide intelligent and multilingual responses. Users can revise Ellie's responses up to five times and provide extra context for tailored replies.
Ellie does not read a user's emails and only accesses example email data provided by the user. There is a limit on the number of replies per plan, as training AI and generating content is costly.
Ellie can be used to overcome anxiety when replying to emails or as a tool to aid with dyslexia or language and grammar skills. Ellie's developers promise not to share, sell or use users' email data inappropriately as they are independent developers with no outside funding.
They built Ellie to automate replies to automated emails, saving time, and giving users some control over email correspondence. Ellie is powered by OpenAI, and its website was written in HTML by its developers themselves, though translations were done with the help of GPT-3.
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