Inclusive Language Report

Identify Bias in any Writing with our AI-powered Report

  • Be more inclusive by eliminating biased language, stereotypes, and discriminatory terms
  • Enhance your document with unbiased alternatives to every bias found in a document
  • Measure language inclusivity with a score based on a mathematical formula expertly created by our linguists

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Our Inclusive Language Report Evaluates the Document Against the Following Biases

Gender Bias

Identify words/phrases that show bias for or against a particular gender.

Disability Bias

Identify words/phrases that show bias for or against individuals with disabilities.

Racial Bias

Identify words/phrases that show bias for or against certain races/ethnic groups.

Religious Bias

Identify words/phrases that show bias for or against certain religions.

Nationality Bias

Identify words/phrases that show bias for or against individuals of certain nationalities.

Age Bias

Identify words/phrases that show bias for or against certain age groups.

This Report Helps You

Prevent Unintended Bias

Create a global impact by writing documents that are devoid of gender, racial, or disability-related bias. By utilizing the report, you can ensure inclusivity in your writing.

Quantify Inclusivity

With the inclusive language score, you can quantify a seemingly subjective issue such as inclusivity and fairness, allowing you to be more balanced and unbiased in your ideas and arguments.

Enhance Credibility

Build trust as an author by avoiding offensive words or statements that might upset your readers, enhancing your credibility.

Identify Language Bias with AI

Explore our AI-powered Inclusive Language Report

This report provides an overall inclusivity score by identifying 6 types of potential biased language used in a document, and suggests corrections to each bias, making the language more inclusive.

Inclusive Language Report

AngloIndians in todays world.docx

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Religiously, Anglo-Indians are predominantly active current

Gender-coded Words

This word is masculine coded. It means that women and non-binary people may unconsciously find this word dissuading, particularly when reading job descriptions and performance feedback. Consider replacing it with gender-neutral word. Choose from the words that best fit your context.


man enoughstrong enough

Christian, following various denominations such as Roman Catholicism, Anglicanism, and Protestantism. Their religious practices often incorporate hindoo cultural elements, resulting in a distinctive blend of Western and Indian religious customs. There are often normal healthy participants who are battling diabetes. Their conditions are often compared with Latinos. The young are man enough strong enough to work hard and earn their keep while on their maiden voyage first voyage. Some people are also considered hindoo.

Challenges and Identity Evolution
Throughout history, Anglo-Indians faced challenges in finding acceptance and a secure identity within both Indian and British societies. Despite being born and raised in India and being man of the world, they often experienced discrimination from both communities and sometime blackmail extortion. This marginalization led directed to the creation of a strong sense of community and identity among Anglo-Indians, as they sought to preserve their distinct heritage and culture. The elderly Older adults among them are often wheelchair-bound use a wheelchair. The percentage of senile and baby boomers is at an all time high.

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Authors can utilize our technology to ensure their writing is unbiased, inclusive, and equitable.

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Talent Acquisition Teams

TA teams can create unbiased and inclusive job descriptions, job listings, policy documents, and agreements; fostering a diverse and inclusive work environment.



Scholars, researchers, and academics can identify the use of biased language in research papers, studies, and publications and choose to take corrective measures.



Educators can use this report to teach students about bias detection, promote inclusivity, and foster fair and unbiased academic writing.



Professional editors can make use of this report to identify and rectify potential bias in the documents that they edit.


Language Learners

Individuals learning a new language can benefit from this report to identify and correct biased language usage, helping them develop a more culturally sensitive and inclusive writing style.

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“It's more than just a tool; it's a journey towards crafting language that truly respects and includes diverse perspectives. Witnessing the transformation of my document's inclusivity score and seeing the suggested corrections for potential biases was both enlightening and empowering. This report isn't just about features – it's about fostering a culture of understanding and respect through words.”

Soo-young Choi

Soo-young Choi

“It's like having a guiding light that helps me navigate the complexities of language, ensuring my words are inclusive and free from bias. The report's insights opened my eyes to subtle nuances I hadn't considered before, allowing me to craft content that truly reflects equality and respect. This tool isn't just about features; it's about transforming my writing into a force for positive change.”

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Kazuki Kobayashi

“It's as if I gained a new lens through which to view my writing, allowing me to spot and replace biased language effortlessly. The report's alternative suggestions opened my mind to crafting content that is genuinely inclusive and unbiased”

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Frequently asked questions

The tool utilizes advanced algorithms and linguistic analysis to identify potential bias in your writing by examining language choices, stereotypes, and discriminatory terms.

Yes, the tool offers suggestions for alternative wording that promotes inclusivity and reduces bias.

Absolutely! The tool is designed to adapt to various writing styles and genres, including academic, journalistic, creative, and professional writing.