Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
Creating Content with AI
- Content and Writing
- Search, Research and Lit. Reviews
- Image Creation
- Music Creation
- Language Learning
Note: These tools are experimental and under development and have not been evaluated by Iona University Libraries. Functionality, fee for use, and access may change at any time. Please review tool documentation for privacy and data security.
- ChatGPT from OpenAI - This tool can also output information in the Mermaid format, which can then be used to create mind maps, flow charts, and other graphical diagrams in other systems. Free access is available, account creation may be at capacity. Pilot subscription model is being introduced for a fee.
- ChatGPT 4
- New Bing from Microsoft - Access option may require waitlist sign-up
- Google Bard - Access option may require waitlist sign-up
- Poe - From Quora - a chatbot service that offers the ability to chat with chatbots developed by different companies.
- You.com - From Youchat, currently in beta and free
- GPT-Neo through NLP Cloud Playground - Fee or pay as you go
- Chatsonic - by Writesonic. Search engine that also created images and access to current content
- Socratic by Google - Learning app by Google
- JasperAI - Monthly or annual fee, best for business and marketers.
- ShortlyAI - Two months free then monthly/annual plan. Acquired by Conversio.ai.
- Sudowrite - 30,000 words a month for student pricing
- Quillbot - A paraphrasing and summarizing tool. Free with premium upgrade.
- CopyAI - 2,000 words per month free. Monthly plans for additional words.
- Ryter - Free account with limited features, focus on social media content
- ChibiAI - Monthly fee
- MoonBeam -Currently free.
- Character.ai- Generate human-like text in contextual conversation.
- Perplexity.ai - A search engine with the ability to display the source of the information it provides.
- Nolej AI - Instructional content generator for educators (currently offering a free trial)
- ChatPDF - Free version covers limited number of pages. Responds to prompts such as summarizing, priority listing, analysis approaches and most all of the other GPT prompts to enable you to efficiently summarize and analyze your documents
- ElevenLabs - AI voice generator
Comprehensive list developed by Society of Professional Journalists. https://www.journaliststoolbox.org/2023/03/30/ai-tools-for-journalists/
Note: These tools are experimental and under development and have not been evaluated by Iona University Libraries. Functionality, fee for use and access may change at any time
- CoPilot. (Typeset.io) - Uses GPT-3 to explain papers from a repository of 270 million + papers. You can also upload a PDF and have it summarize the paper’s contents and search for topics. Allows you to limit by year of publication, type of publication, and other parameters.
- ChatGPT for Google -A Google browser extension that provides search results from ChatGPT along with search results from Google.
- Elicit.org - Currently free. Main workflow is Literature Reviews by asking a research question or use tasks to brainstorm a research question.
- Perplexity - (in Beta) An answer engine that aims to deliver answers to questions using large language models using OpenAI GPT 3.5 and Microsoft Bing.
- Google Talk to Books - Using AI, type in a query or statement in the search box that discovers books related to that query.
- Socratic - AI-powered app comes directly from Google, focusing on math and science.
- Connected Papers - A visual tool to help researchers and applied scientists find and explore papers relevant to their field of work.
- Inciteful - Consists of two tools. The Paper Discovery tool builds a network of papers from citations. The Literature Connector allows you to enter two papers and it result in an interactive visualization showing you how they are connected by the literature.
- LitMaps - Creates interactive literature maps.
- Research Rabbit - A tool for exploring new areas and writing literature reviews. Allows you to uncover papers related to your area of research easily and shows links between authors. Currently free.
- Keenious - A tool that uses AI to search for literature by analyzing your writing. Keenious offers add-ons for both Microsoft Word and Google Docs.
- scite A platform for discovering and evaluating scientific articles via Smart Citations. Smart Citations allow users to see how a publication has been cited by providing the context of the citation and a classification describing whether it provides supporting or contrasting evidence for the cited claim. Monthly fee, free access depending on project.
- Semantic Scholar - AI-powered research tool for scientific literature. Currently free access.
- Dimensions - The free version of Dimensions provides openly-available search and metrics for more than 100 million publications.
- Scholarcy - Summarizes articles
- Glasp - A social web highlighter to use to highlight and organize quotes and ideas from the web without switching back and forth, and access other people’s learning.
Note: These tools are experimental and under development and have not been evaluated by Iona University Libraries. Functionality, fee for use and access may change at any time.
- Cariyon -Ad supported, free online image creator from text. Formerly DALL-E Mini
- DALL-E -Create original images and art from a text description. It can combine concepts, attributes, and styles.
- Stable Diffusion -Stable Diffusion is a text-to-image diffusion model capable of generating photo-realistic images from text input.
- Point E - Point E allows users to generate a 3D object based on simple text input.
- Midjourney - Free trial, ios only
- Clipdrop from Stability creates and edits images
- AI Magic Tools - from Runway
Elsa - An AI-powered language-learning application that analyzes speech and then creates a set of user assignments. Elsa is available for iOS and Android devices
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