This one is a revision of the King James Version done by a Christian Scientist. It isn't clear who did the revision, only that it was a "Christian Scientist who is also a Bible scholar."
There is a comparison of the 1769 King James Bible and the 2019 revision here. There are also samples of the revision here.
In it the writer says this about inclusive language in the 2019 revision:
Following the lead of many recent mainstream translations, the 2019 KJV is dedicated to the use of inclusive language, with the intention to avoid usage so common in previous centuries which appears to exclude women by the constant use of the word “man” where more modern writers would use “person” or “one.”
While updating language, punctuation and spelling this is not intended to replace the 1769 King James Bible:
The 2019 version in this column builds on the inspiration of the 1769 KJV of the Bible. The 2019 KJV updates the vocabulary, punctuation, and spelling of words in the 1769 KJV, adds quotation marks, and capitalizes pronominal references to God the Father consistent with Mary Baker Eddy’s system of capitalization. When it is not certain whether a pronoun refers to God, the pronoun was not capitalized.
The 2019 KJV demonstrates that it would be possible to publish a KJV with limited updating which retains the majesty, power, and above all spirituality of the beloved 1769 KJV. To produce a modified KJV retaining these characteristics, as well as the theology of the 1769 KJV to a great extent, has been the goal of those who have labored to bring forth the 2019 KJV.
This Bible is not intended as a replacement for the 1769 KJV. Rather it is being presented to demonstrate the feasibility of producing an updated alternative to the 1769 KJV.