We launched wordbot.io in the fall of 2021 to create a modern, world class article rewriter. Although Wordbot is one of many sites that reword sentences, its potential is exciting. Up to this point, w’ve spent only a handful of months working on the SaaS and AI technology and already it can rewrite articles, paragraphs, and sentences as well as most competitors.
Many sites rewrite the paragraph in entirety. Wordbot interactively rewrites the paragraph using a sentence by sentence approach. Wordbot breaks the paragraph down into
individual sentences. It then proposes three rewritten sentences for each original sentence and presents them to you. You can then choose the best rewrite.
Among sites that reword sentences, Wordbot is one of the very few that uses the absolute latest in AI technology, specifically a transformer from Open AI called GPT-3. Using the generative pre-trained transformer 3 and its models, Wordbot is improving the way article rewriting is done and giving the user a richer, more valuable rewrite experience.
As part of improving our AI, we run many tests against our ai prompt mentioned above. A large part of making wordbot a world class text rewriting tool is improving our AI each and every day. Our latest iteration of our AI prompt is V6. Below, we’ll rewrite some news paragraphs using our V6 prompt and we can together access the quality of the rewrites.
Inflation fears are sparking a big drop in markets. Here are 3 things to know
It's been a rough start of the year for Wall Street – and it keeps getting worse.
Concerns about surging inflation are keeping investors on edge, sending stocks sharply lower on Tuesday. The Federal Reserve has projected it will raise interest rates three times this year, which could raise borrowing costs across the economy, including for mortgages and car loans.
But investors fear the Fed will need to be even more aggressive given how stubborn inflation has been. Consumer prices surged 7% in December, the biggest annual increase since 1982.
Markets have fallen due to the fear of inflation | 3 Things to Know
Wall Street's year has not been good, and it keeps getting worse.
Investors are worried about possible inflation, sending stocks sharply lower on Tuesday. The Federal Reserve is predicting that it will raise interest rates three times this year, which could result in higher borrowing costs for mortgages, car loans, and other types of loans.
However, investors fear that the Federal Reserve will have to be even more aggressive given how stubborn inflation has been. Consumer prices shot up 7% in December, the biggest annual jump since 1982.
The original headline and three paragraphs were 104 words. The rewritten sentences totaled 101 words. I ran some of the sentences through the prompt twice. On those sentences, the first set of rewrites were good quality, but similar to the original. Often times running a sentence through a second time will return better results because the AI learns from the first group of rewrites. You can judge for yourself, but I think our V6 prompt did a great job rewriting this text excerpt.
Workers are calling out sick in droves, leaving employers scrambling
Stores are closing early, opening later
With new COVID-19 cases soaring above 800,000 a day, workers are calling out sick in droves. And employers around the country are scrambling to adapt — often on the fly.
The department store Macy's decided to shorten store hours for January, opening all locations an hour late and closing an hour early. The Smithsonian's National Zoo in Washington, D.C., is temporarily moving to a Thursday through Sunday schedule. Before the pandemic, it was open every day except Christmas. Advocate Aurora Health of Wisconsin has temporarily closed three urgent care centers and moved staff to busier locations.
Employers are scrambling due to the workers calling in sick in droves.
Stores are closing earlier and opening later.
With cases of COVID-19 skyrocketing above 800,000 a day, workers are calling in sick in droves. And employers are scrambling to adapt -- often on-the-fly.
Macy's decided to shorten their store hours for January, opening all locations an hour later and shutting down an hour earlier. The Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington, D.C., will have a Thursday through Sunday schedule. Before the pandemic, it was usually open every day except on Christmas. The health care company, Advocate Aurora Health of Wisconsin, has temporarily closed three urgent care centers and moved staff to busier locations.
Our rewritten paragraphs came in at 116, three words more than the original at 113. The rewrites are excellent. Some new words were introduced, other words replaced, some sentences had their parts rearranged, and other sentences had parts dropped or new parts introduced.
Why many Americans continue to struggle despite trillions of dollars in pandemic aid
It's still more than an hour before the Saint Luke's Food Pantry in Tupelo opens, but already more than a dozen cars are lined up in this corner of northeast Mississippi, the state with the highest poverty rate in the country.
By the time volunteers start handing out food in this December morning, six rows of cars will have filled the small lot — with dozens more parked on the road waiting to get in. By noon, the pantry will have served 559 cars.
Volunteer Lee Stratton says it's been like this virtually every day through the pandemic.
Despite the trillions of dollars in aid, many Americans still struggle
Still more than an hour before Saint Luke's Food Pantry opens in Tupelo, but already more than a dozen cars are lining up on this corner of northeast Mississippi, where it has one of the highest poverty rates in the country.
By the time volunteers start handing out food in this December morning, six rows of cars will have filled the small lot - and hundreds more are waiting to get in. At noon, the pantry will have served 559 cars.
Lee Stratton, a volunteer, says it's been like this virtually every day through the pandemic.
The prompt did a good job rewriting this excerpt from a news article discussing underprivileged people still struggling despite COVID-19 financial support from the government. The rewrites aren’t radically different, but much like the other examples, we had words changed, removed, rearranged, and sentence parts added, dropped, or moved.
I think the results speak for themselves – We still have a long way to go, but Wordbot is off to a great start. Via constantly testing, improving, and reiterating, we are confident we can make wordbot.io the absolute best of the sites that rewrites sentences. We have big plans to improve our AI and the Wordbot website itself, so stay tuned.