Themis supports gender inclusive language

The software available in five languages, Spanish from Spain and Latin America, Catalan, Valencian and Balearic, houses almost 100,000 inclusive suggestions.

Language influences people’s thinking and skills. Society is increasingly aware of this reality and demands communication from public entities and companies where anyone can feel identified. Under this premise today is launched Themis, the most complete software on the market to transform texts into gender inclusive language.

Themis software detects possible sexist terms and offers a wide range of inclusive alternatives. This inclusive communication program, compatible with Windows 10, consists of a desktop tool and of a plugin para MS Word.

«Themis is based on the most innovative techniques of the Artificial intelligence. Specifically, in the Natural Language Processing. Themis analyzes a text and detects all the non-inclusive words that are part of its dictionaries. These terms are associated with synonyms that are inclusive. Thus, the system shows you these suggestions and it is you who chooses the word that best suits your criteria and your audience “, he highlights Javier Garcia Pellejero, CEO of Natural Language Analysis, SL (NALA), company responsible for Software Themis.

In the desktop version it is possible to analyze documents, folders, email trays from the Outlook application and even web pages. “What’s really amazing is the plugin for MS Word, which makes it possible to detect and correct sexist language even faster,” he says. Sara Llorens Morillo, Business Development Manager de NALA.

Skimming the 100,000 inclusive suggestions

The zero version of Themis was developed in 2007. However, in 2021 this inclusive communication project has been deconstructed and developed again under the guidelines of the NALA firm. Its main client is the Valencian government, whose template will begin to enjoy the new version this October.

This new generation Themis is available in five languages: Spanish from Spain and Latin America, Catalan, Valencian and Balearic. In each of them there are more than 1,300 potentially sexist words. In total, taking all dictionaries into account, Themis offers almost 100,000 inclusive suggestions. “It is a milestone, since there is no other tool that is at our level, much less that beat our almost 100,000 inclusive suggestions,” adds Javier García Pellejero.

Themis is a tool that helps Scanning the writing and correction of any type of text. It contributes to satisfying a social need, at the same time that it encourages companies and public administrations connect with all your stakeholders. In the words of Sara Llorens Morillo, «Themis is reborn with the purpose of creating more responsible and inclusive companies through the writing of your communications. We help you generate gender inclusive language in a matter of minutes. Trust the technology, trust Themis. Themis dictionaries do not include suggestions ending in ‘X’, ‘@’, ‘*’ or ‘and’. Although it is possible to include these terms manually. For more information contact the communication department. It is now possible to download a Free trial of this software through

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