If you change "Why use our name generator" to something along the lines of "What is this" you'll probably get less people thinking it's parody.
How does the AI behind this work? Is it okay to share?
Anyway, it's just brilliant. Bookmarking this as I'll definitely be using it later :)
For a fast and very simple name generator, I recommend https://startupname.website
I'd echo what one person said:
It takes 1 word and add suffixes. No need for "AI" to concatenate suffixes from a suffix/etymology dictionary-- I imagine the results are practically the same.
That said, again I really like the idea.
I would like it to support a phrase, however, instead of just one word. I tried a 3 word generation, and it only focused on the first word, and just added suffixes to it.
I'd like to be able to add 3-5 meaningful words to it, and it puts together a meaningful/catchy new word or 2. (i.e. brand name-- doesn't have to be a real word)
It has a filter to only show names with an available domain name.
I agree with @TomJansen - I think checking for other TLDs would be great. So far the best implementation of this I've seen has been iwantmyname.com. Check it out, it might help inspire you.
Based on name you'd think this library is for fuzzing? No, it's for fuzzy string matching. A "y" at the end would have disambiguated that.
Well, maybe not entirely, because there's still fuzzy logic, but that' 2 possibilities down from 3.
"the site uses many algorithms some of which are AI-based. AI does not always kick in or in other words its results are not always ranked higher. Try this search - https://aidomainsearch.com/?search=z . as you can see brand and composite have ai capabilities. We want to use ai more extensively in future."
Ref: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19165796 from the previous submission of the same tool here: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19163302
Poe's law in action.