Wordvice Editing Service has released its free online grammar checker and English writing assistant, the Wordvice AI Proofreader (https://wordvice.ai). Similar in functionality to automated proofreading apps like Grammarly, the AI Proofreader was specifically created with academic authors in mind. It was built based on natural language processing (NLP) technology, making it adept at finding and fixing errors in documents with technical vocabulary terms.
The AI Proofreader identifies errors in grammar, spelling, capitalization, and punctuation; but it also corrects clarity, word choice, and other style issues found in research texts and in everyday writing. Errors are marked with different colored text, making it easier to view the specific issues identified. Clicking on the error allows users to either accept or reject the suggested change. This makes the tool an ideal solution for research authors preparing their journal manuscripts for publication or students writing admissions essays for college or university.
The app’s proofreading capability was refined by varying the target input text and continuously training new source text using NLP procedures. When the editing performance of Wordvice AI, two other major proofreading tools, and a professional editor was compared using words, phrases, and paragraphs of text, the Wordvice AI Proofreader showed the highest error identification accuracy among the three apps. It also performed nearly as well as the expert human editor, which is an impressive result for a text-editing app at this stage of development.
Wordvice CEO Jonghwan Lee explains that the introduction of an automated text editor creates a more complete suite of admissions and academic editing services. “We designed Wordvice AI for authors who might want real-time feedback when drafting their research papers or essays, but who would also benefit from revision by a professional editor before submitting their work.”
The AI Proofreader also offers an expert editing service for final language editing in addition to real-time proofreading. As Lee says, “Our nearly eight years of experience serving academic and admissions clients has taught us that many authors need instant proofreading while they write, followed by professional English editing after they have finished their draft.”
Unlike most automated text editors, the Wordvice AI Proofreader also corrects issues of clarity and flow. It provides suggestions to improve writing, both in the form of feedback boxes and articles about writing and grammar. These resources are intended to help authors improve their English writing, and content articles are updated regularly to help users fix their language errors and strengthen their writing skills.
The Wordvice AI Proofreader currently offers unlimited free proofreading, but it will soon be offered as part of a subscription service that will include professional editing services (https://wordvice.com). More features and tools will soon be introduced to aid writers in enhancing other aspects of their writing.
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