As just about everybody knows, new Artificial Intelligence tools are everywhere these days, and it’s hard to keep up with it all.
I tried earlier this month by posting A COLLECTION OF “BEST” LISTS ABOUT USING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN EDUCATION, and I will continue updating all of the lists in that collection.
However, I also thought it would be helpful to readers – and to me – to begin yet another AI list where I collect various free (or ones that let you do enough free stuff to make it worth our time before they start charging) AI tools.
I’ll add them to various specific other “Best” lists too – if they fit and as I have time – but this list will also be more-or-less an AI potpourri of sorts. Who knows how long this list is going to end up being!
Please let me know what I’m missing:
Rhyme Cool lets you create rap songs in the style of popular rappers. In one of my other AI “Best” lists, you’ll find one about teaching ELLs I had it create, supposedly in the style of Tupac.
Genmo lets you create videos from text prompts.
Prompt Theory is a Kahoot-like game where players have to guess the prompts used to create AI generated images. I’ve previously shared how I’m doing a simple version of this idea with my ELLs.
Synthesys is a Chrome extension for creating text-generated images.
Character AI lets you create your own…characters to communicate via chatbots.
ResumAI develops your…resume.
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