Time for another update as we're entering Happy December 2021. 🎄

With the latest push of code to our production servers, we have further improved auto-capitalization of synonyms that Spin Rewriter suggests for the original words and phrases found inside your articles.

This latest update is focusing especially on capitalization of synonyms when it comes to suggestions Spin Rewriter is making for acronyms, abbreviations, initials, and so on.

For example, when dealing with the word "TV" in the middle of a sentence, you will no longer get "TELEVISION" as one of the suggested synonyms — even though the original word "TV" was, technically speaking, in all-caps.

Now, fixing this issue wasn't quite as simple as it may sound. You could say, "sure, of course the algorithm should never suggest 'TELEVISION' to replace 'TV', it should always suggest 'television'!"

...but no. 😬

If your original sentence said "TV is on", the suggested synonym should be "Television" because the word appears at the beginning of the sentence... and if the original title of your article was "TV = OK", then it probably still makes sense to suggest the synonym as "TELEVISION" to keep the artistic style of your title the same.

So it took quite a bit of coding to get things just right. 👌

As a result, "UK" also no longer gives you "UNITED KINGDOM" but gives you the synonyms in their correct form, based on the wider context of the appearance of the original word... and same goes for many, many other acronyms, abbreviations and initials.

In other words: It all now works exactly as it should, and your generated spun articles read even better. 😃


Published on: December 2nd, 2021

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