Hey Cathy, thanks for sharing about WordAi. It certainly is interesting, to say the least. I guess at some point all of us would want to automate our business and will look into programs like these for a solution. The example you showed gave me a very clear indication that the algorithm isn’t quite there yet. You seem too lenient in grading it because to me, it is practically unreadable. I believe hiring writers is a better use of that money.
First of all, our article writer takes into account the nature of the article you have uploaded into our system. This tells us that from which genre your article belongs. Either it is a student assignment, blog, research paper or a professional document. Now, it takes into account the major words and phrases that need to be changed and find out the right synonyms and alternate sentences for them. Sometimes, our tool offers you with a list of synonyms that can be inserted in the place of a specific word. The purpose behind this is that the reader knows the nature and dynamics of the article better than our tool. Only by selecting the most appropriate word, the user can keep the structure and sense of the writing same.
For this purpose, humans have created numerous rewriting tools to save time and use all words available in the English dictionary. Rewriting tools use millions of synonyms made available to them through artificial intelligence and instructions given by the human mind. If you hire the services of a content writer to rewrite/create content for you, they will charge you a lot. Big organizations can afford this but small startups and students can never afford the services of professional writers.
4. Tier 2 content (content that is keyword rich and relevant to your niche. Doesn’t have to be all that readable, it just has to be indexable by a search engine.)– Here put same options as with the Tier 1 content situation with the only difference that you set the 1st input to “Regular.” It is important that lower tiers have a lower quality of content compared to upper tiers.