105 AI Tools You’ve Never Heard Of

Ema Lukan
Updated:
November 7, 2022

Can you imagine driving to an unknown destination before navigation apps existed? I, for one, can't. 

I rely entirely on my Google Maps app. 🤳

Why? 

Because it saves me time. Because it's always up to date with the latest traffic jams and road works on the way. Because it has all this data and is smart enough to make sense of it in seconds in order to help me solve my problem, which is to reach my destination. Swiftly, smoothly, and without friction.

It's a perfect example of AI being fully integrated into my daily life. 

And it's by far not the only one. 

As we experience a boom in the field of AI, many new, interesting, and unforeseen applications are being developed every day. 🪄

They range anywhere from business to deeply personal use cases, but the reasons why we use them are more or less the same:

AI has evolved to the point where it can assist humans with repetitive tasks, reduce human error, and thus save operational costs and resources. 

So for the sake of this article (and my own curiosity), I delved into the bustling world of AI tools. 

Some I already knew.

Like AI video generators, copywriting tools, or AI tools for generating art.

Others, I discovered anew. 👀

I had no idea that AI can write code by itself, create Excel formulas based on text input, and generate lifelong AI companions just like Spike Jonze predicted in Her, the film that was labelled as a sci-fi romantic drama when it came out in 2013. Emphasis on sci-fi.

So without further ado, join me in exploring different AI tools, and don't forget to write down the ones you'd like to try — the list is long:

AI Video Generators and Editors

Video is by far the most popular medium of our time. It appeals to multiple senses, and we simply love watching video content. But when it comes to creating video… Not that fun anymore.

Whether you’re a content creator, a professional video editor, or a complete novice, you know that creating a good video requires knowledge, skills, and the right equipment — at least if you’re doing it the traditional way. 📹

Fortunately, there are better ways. 🙌

Ever thought about using an AI video editor or creating completely new video content with an AI video generator? With a little help from AI, you can now create videos much faster and cheaper. Instead of worrying about technical stuff, you can finally focus on creativity and storytelling. 

There are numerous tools on the market that can help you with specific video-related tasks. Some of them enhance your existing video footage, while others generate entirely new content based on your text input. Yup, AI is literally enabling magic. 

So let’s take a closer look at some of the best AI video editors and generators currently available:

1. Synthesia

Synthesia is the absolute pioneer in AI video generation. Using their intuitive online platform, you can create videos with human presenters by simply typing in text. You can choose between 65+ AI avatars (based on real actors) who can speak your words in 60+ languages. You can make a free demo and then upgrade to a personal ($30/month) or corporate plan (custom price).

2. Runway

Video editing used to be a tedious and lengthy process. But it no longer requires technical skills or expensive software. Runway makes it super easy to edit and enhance your existing video footage: remove background, paint out objects, add subtitles, and more. You can create 3 projects for free, while the most popular plan costs $12/editor/month.

3. Unscreen

Unscreen helps you remove background from your videos — and to do it automatically. Instead of picking out pixels and selecting colors and masks manually, Unscreen analyzes videos automatically. AI detects even the smallest details, so the results are super accurate. And the price? You can use it for free with some limitations (gif exports only, limited to 5 seconds). If you need better quality results without a watermark, pricing starts at $4.99/video minute.

4. VREW

VREW uses AI to generate captions from speech in your video. Its fast speech recognition replaces tedious manual transcription, and you can easily edit the auto-generated captions. Besides, it allows you to style the captions using different fonts, borders, and shadows. It’s worth noting that this is a downloadable software.

5. Descript

Descript is a comprehensive AI video editor that lets you create professional-looking videos in a snap. You can use it to add various visual elements, titles and captions, animate layers, and more. Using Descript, you can add a voiceover to your video — they offer a variety of stock voices, and you can also clone your own. A limited free plan is available.

6. Nova A.I.

Nova A.I. is a video categorization and organization tool that helps you find and categorize videos more easily. AI recognizes and tags different elements of your videos: faces, expressions, objects, activities, celebrities… Therefore, it’s a great tool for organizing all kinds of video collections. You can start using it for free, while the most popular plan is $18/month.

7. Reface: Face Swap Videos

The Face Swap mobile app is a fun and easy way to swap faces with friends or celebrities or insert your face into a pre-made video. It uses face swap technology which allows you to swap faces in real time using a camera. It also offers a number of filters, GIFs, and funny videos. 

8. Topaz Video AI

If you have existing video footage and want to enhance it, this $199,99 desktop app can be useful. Using AI, it’s great for upscaling, denoising, and restoring your (old) videos. It can recover video details, blend frames, create a nice visual flow, and much more. The AI “learns” from the surrounding frames of the video, resulting in natural results.

9. Make-a-Video

Make-a-Video is Meta’s latest AI system that enables users to create videos by typing in text. The videos are automatically generated based on the text entered, and can be shared online or downloaded. The AI video generator is not available to the public yet, but we expect it to be a huge opportunity for content creators in the future.

10. Aimages 

If you want to enhance a video without downloading new software, you can try AImages. It contains different tools you can use to sharpen, deblur, clear and upscale videos. The tool can also be used to enhance photo quality — it helps you sharpen blurry details, clear artifacts, and increase image resolution. You can pay as you go or go with a subscription plan (starting at $11/month).

AI Image and Art Generators and Editors

Not too long ago, making art was the domain of a specific group of people. Not anymore! Today, with the help of AI art generators, anyone can become an artist by writing a text prompt and letting the AI create the desired image. 🎨🖌

Are text-to-image technologies replacing artists? The answer is no. The thing is that AI-generated art opens up new, unprecedented possibilities for creative expression while being accessible to all. 

AI image generators are evolving at a rapid pace; in the last year, major companies like Google, Open AI, and Stability AI have launched new models. The internet has been flooded with AI-generated art, showing its great potential.

But AI image generators don’t just generate abstract and artistic content. They are trained to also generate photorealistic images that are indistinguishable from real photos. 

Ready to start creating? Here’s a list of the most notable text-to-image generators out there right now:

11. DALL-E 2

The most recognizable of AI image generators out there is certainly DALL-E 2. This text to image system by Open AI can create realistic images and art based on text input. It’s a kind of magic, really. 

You simply write what you want it to create, and you get your image right away. An astronaut riding a horse, photorealistic style? A fox sitting in a field in the style of Claude Monet? Yup, it’s that smart. And the best thing — anyone can play around with it. 

12. Stable Diffusion

Similar to DALL-E 2 is Stable Diffusion. It’s a text-to-image model that creates images based on text descriptions. It can also be used to modify existing images following text-based prompts. You can try out how it works on their website. No registration or credit card is required, you only need an idea and a few words to describe the desired result.

13. Midjourney

Another AI art generator is Midjourney. It’s currently in beta, and anyone can start using it via their Discord channel. The trial version is limited to 25 queries. It takes about 1 minute to generate 4 four options based on your text request. But beware — it’s a pretty addictive tool, and you will end up wanting more than 25 images. 

14. GauGAN

If you want to generate realistic images, this one’s for you. GauGAN turns your text prompts into detailed, photorealistic images. You can test it out on their website — no registration is required for a free live demo.   

15. The Next Rembrand

The Next Rembrandt is a project of creating a completely new painting by the famous Dutch painter. A combination of 3D printing and artificial intelligence was used to create a painting as close as possible to Rembrand’s original style. The project aims to show how artificial intelligence can be used to create art, and also how technology can be used to recreate history.  

16. Neural.love

Another free AI art generator is neural.love. It works in a browser, and its built-in prompt generator makes it really easy to use. You can choose between different styles (painting, photo, sci-fi, anime…) and then write or narrate your text description. You can also select the dimensions of the output you want.

17. This Beach Does Not Exist

This AI-generated art has a common theme: beaches. Beaches that do not exist, to be precise. The model was trained with a dataset of more than 20.000 images of real beaches, based on which the AI generates new, random images of beaches that do not actually exist. Ready for a dip in the ocean? Check out the nicest beaches here. 

18. Imagen

This AI image generator comes from Google. It combines a deep level of understanding of language with a text-to-image diffusion model, resulting in high-fidelity image generation. The tool isn’t publicly available.

19. Magic Eraser

Have you ever been in a situation where you wanted to quickly delete something from an image? With AI, that's now possible to do it in seconds. With Magic Eraser, you can simply highlight the area you want to remove and download the corrected image. And the best part? It works in the browser, requires no registration, and is free to use. 

20. Let’s Enhance

Need to resize or enhance an existing picture? Let’s Enhance helps you correct colors, fix pixelation, or remove specific objects from your pic. It can edit up to 20 images at once, and you can also use presets to save some time. It works in a browser, and there’s a free trial available. 

21. Playground AI

Playground AI is another online platform where you can create and share art. The simple interface guides you through writing prompts. There’s a text field where you can enter your description and a dropdown menu where you can choose a style (cinematic, wall art, Spielberg, delicate detail…). You can also select whether you want your image to be based on the Stable Diffusion or the DALL-E 2 model. You can start for free and then upgrade to the Pro plan that lets you create 2000 images per day for $15/month.

22. DreamStudio

The Stable Diffusion image generation model has an online app called DreamStudio. It can create images of anything you describe in a text box, and you can start using it for free (you’ll be prompted to create an account before you can start creating). After you use up your 200 free credits, you can buy more.

23. Deep Dream Generator

Deep Dream Generator offers several AI tools that enhance collaboration between humans and AI when it comes to creating art. To start using it, you first have to create an account. After that, you upload your “Base Image” and “Style Image” and click Generate. You can also select from several predefined styles. The AI will then generate the Base Image in the style of the Style Image. You can get started for free, and there are different subscription plans available. 

24. Artbreeder

Artbreeder uses AI to allow users to create art in two different ways. With “Collager,” users can draw simple shapes and then describe what they want in the image — the AI will place the described objects in pre-drawn shapes.

“Splicer” allows users to blend images together and edit various parameters using a simple slider (age, gender, colors…). Users can upload up to 3 images for free. It is worth noting that it can take up to 1 hour to process original images, which is much longer compared to other tools.

25. Wombo.art

Write your prompt, choose the style you want, and voila. Your artwork is ready. Wombo.art is a simple app that creates art and includes in-app options to mint it as an NFT or print it on canvas. The app is free to use without limits.

AI Writing Tools and Text Generators

Writing is an important part of everyone’s job today. Emails, reports, social media captions, blog posts… And it takes a lot of time to ideate, draft, edit and format different texts. ✍

AI writing makes the process way faster and smoother. No matter which AI text generator you choose, it works on the same premise: You provide the prompts for your text, and the AI generates the outcome within a few seconds. 

If you’ve never tried AI writing before, you’ll be surprised by the quality of the results, as AI is not only capable of generating general texts, but also of adding a certain tone, style and spark of creativity.

So what’s going on in the background? AI writing programs use natural language processing (NLP). In short, it is a way to get computers to understand human language.This can be used to automatically translate text, for example, or to figure out what a person is saying when they speak. Most AI text generators are based on GPT-3, the largest machine learning model used for NLP. 🧠

It’s best to select an AI tool according to your needs — here are some of the most popular ones:

26. TLDR This

Need to read a long article, but don’t have time? Don’t worry! This AI writing tool will help you summarize any text in just a few seconds. Just paste the link, choose the output (you can choose between short and detailed summaries), and click Generate. You get a summary of the key points you can read easily and quickly. You can also use TLDR plugins for Chrome and Firefox to summarize any text while browsing. The tool summarizes up to 10 pieces of content for free (without registration), and offers two advanced plans for more demanding users. 

27. LyricStudio

Stuck with writing lyrics? This tool for songwriters and musicians helps you generate unique lyrics for any music genre. After you select your topic, LyricStudio offers you multiple lyric options with its “Smart Suggestions” feature. It also helps you find rhymes for specific words. You can start a free trial by creating an account.

28. Shortly

Do you know that feeling when you start writing, and then — nothing. You run out of ideas, don’t know how to continue, and aren’t so sure about your writing style anymore. Worry not. Shortly will continue your writing for you. It uses GPT-3 and can also help you rewrite, shorten or expand your sentences with simple commands. The unlimited annual subscription costs $65/month, and you can try it for free before purchasing.

29. INK

This AI tool combines an AI writer, an SEO optimizer, and a content planner. You can use them individually or in a bundle called INK Suite. The goal of this app is to replace multiple tools that writers already use and provide a smooth user experience that covers different aspects of writing. Each of the INK tools can be used for free with some limitations to the plan.

30. Copy.ai

This AI text generator is perfect for marketers who write different types of copy: emails, product descriptions, Instagram captions, copy for buttons, ads… You simply select what you want it to write, provide some input data, and choose the right tone. The AI will generate a few different versions of copy for you to choose from. You can start using it on a 7-day free trial.

31. WordTune

Sometimes you know what you want to say, but can’t find the right words. Wordtune rewrites your thoughts in different styles. You just write a sentence and ask the AI to shorten or expand it or to rewrite it. The tool can be used anywhere you do your writing — it works in a browser (with a plug-in) and also in Word (Beta version). It offers free and premium plans.

32. Jasper

Jasper is an online AI writing tool for marketers leveraging GPT-3. It includes more than 50 templates you can start from (from blog posts to Facebook ads to video scripts), and its AI is trained on industry best practices. You can try it for free for 5 days, but you will have to provide your credit card details anyway. After 5 days, paid plans start at $40/month. 

33. Frase

SEO people only have one goal — to rank high in search results pages. And so does Frase. This AI tool helps you write content that is optimized for Google based on the top 20 search results. It covers the entire SEO workflow: from research and competitor analysis to writing and optimizing your content. The 5-day trial will cost you $1, and paid plans start at $14.99/month.

34. Sudowrite

Consider Sudowrite your new copy friend. It helps you rewrite your paragraphs in different ways (you can instruct it to mimic different styles or even incorporate different senses) and can also help you with some creative brainstorming. It’s free to try and costs $10/month after the free trial period.

35. Jenni

Jenni is an AI writer that completes your writing based on what you’ve already written and the title of your text. Before it starts writing, it’ll ask you to specify the title and select the tone (professional, friendly, persuasive, academic). You can also enter a short description of your piece. It then starts writing sentence by sentence, and asks you to confirm or deny each new sentence. After the free trial period, it costs from $12/month.

36. HyperWrite

HyperWrite helps you complete your sentences quickly and gives you suggestions for your writing. You can use Hyperwrite through their online platform (ideal for longer pieces where it’s important to properly set up the document), but it also works across the web using the Google Chrome extension. The free version of Hyperwrite is limited to 1000 sentences/month. 

37. Rytr

Another AI text generator that uses GPT3 is Rytr. Story plots, Instagram posts, headlines — this tool helps you write them quickly. It has an intuitive interface with several preset options that will help you provide good prompts. To try it out, you need to register on their platform. It is free to use if you generate less than 10.000 characters/month, and the paid plans start at $9/month. 

38. Copysmith

If you want you and your team to spend less time writing, Copysmith is another tool worth trying out. It can generate copy in more than 100 languages. With "Campaign Builder" you can not only write blog posts, headlines and other marketing materials but also create copy for multiple channels with just one (campaign) prompt. You can sign up for the 7-day free trial. 

39. Phrasee

Phrasee will rewrite or generate marketing copy for you. It combines AI and computational linguistics to help you write in your brand language. There’s no option to try it for free, and also no pricing details on the Phrasee website — in order to see how it works, you should book a demo.

40. Article Forge

Article Forge was created to help writers write long-form articles (longer than 1500 words). It’s a very simple AI tool that gives you results in 60 seconds. All you have to do is type in your keyword, and the article will be generated in less than a minute. You can use the tool for free for 5 days. 

41. NeuralText

NeuralText is a tool that has 3 main features: Paragraph Generator, Content Outline, and Product Description. It also helps you with your SEO efforts — it performs competitor analysis, generates the best H-structure for your content, and discovers and clusters keywords. At the moment, it’s already integrated with Google Docs, and integrations with Chrome, Shopify and WordPress are in the works. Pricing starts at $49/month.

42. Writesonic

Writesonic is an AI writer that writes long-form content in 4 steps: First, it gives you ideas. Second, it writes the intro. Third, it generates the outline. Fourth, it writes the full article. There is a free trial version that allows you to test how it works before you subscribe.

43. Scribbl

Still taking notes of your online meetings manually? Why not let AI do it for you? Scribbl does just that — it transcribes your Google Meets and saves the transcription to Google Docs. You can easily download or edit it further. There’s a free plan available that covers up to 15 transcriptions, while the Pro plan costs $9/month.

AI Music Generators

AI is also democratizing music. It’s changing the way music is created, empowering everyone with the chance to become a musician. All you need to create a musical masterpiece is an idea, a computer, and an AI music generator. 🎶

AI-generated music can be created in minutes, and the outcome depends on your prompts — almost each AI song generator will ask you to define a style, use case, or other specific characteristics that will define the output. 

Large models are trained on numerous songs and audio files, which enables your selected AI song generator to accurately understand your prompts and generate new and unique music accordingly. From background music to speech enhancement to jingles, these AI tools cover all aspects of musical production:

44. Jukebox

Jukebox is an AI song generator by OpenAI. It can generate singing and music in different styles and genres. You can explore the collection of songs here. The downside is that using this tool requires some coding.

45. AIVA

AIVA is an AI music generator that creates background music for various use cases (games, videos, commercials, events…). It generates unique music based on your needs. You can either start generating music by selecting the predefined styles or upload an original sound file as an influence. If you decide to use their free plan, the generated music should not be used for commercial purposes and is owned by AIWA. For more demanding users, there are paid offers starting from $11/month.

46. Supertone

Supertone is a creative studio from Korea that uses AI to create music, voices, and other sounds. They are specialized in speech enhancement, song revival and dubbing. Want to hear Freddie Mercury singing in Korean? Not a problem!

47. Boomy

Boomy is an online AI music generator that allows anyone to create their own original music in seconds and share it with the world. All you have to do is pick a style and customize it. It allows you to share your music on different streaming platforms (including Spotify, YouTube and TikTok) that pay you for each listen.

AI Face Generators

Need a portrait of a real person for your marketing materials? Looking for a model with specific face characteristics, but you’re on a budget? Creating your buyer persona, but don’t want to steal pics from the internet? 

If so, maybe an AI face generator could be a solution. They leverage advanced image processing technology to generate unique human faces from scratch in seconds.

Depending on the face generator, it can either create random human faces, or you can define specific attributes such as skin color, hair color, emotions, etc.

And by the way — research shows that the images created by random face generators are indistinguishable from real photos, so you can use AI-generated faces worry-free. 

48. This Person Does Not Exist

AI can create human faces that are indistinguishable from real people. Don’t believe it? Then check out this random face generator.  It allows you to create images of people who, well, don’t actually exist — with a single click. The page was primarily developed as a stunt to raise awareness about AI and its capabilities.

49. Face Generator    

While This Person Does Not Exist creates random faces, this face generator lets you apply your own parameters. Using Face Generator, you can select skin color, emotions, hair, makeup, and more in order to generate the face you want. Fun fact: We’re not really into maths, but by manipulating all the parameters, you can get 11.232,000+ variants of the same face. The tool has a free 3-day trial and after that costs $19.99/mo. It also allows you to buy a single image for $8.97/image.

50. Fake People

Fake People is another AI face generator that creates a “fake” human portrait with just one click. It is based on 70,000 photos of real people, which makes the fake results look very real. 🙂

AI Painting and Drawing Tools

Improve your drawings and have some fun with an AI drawing generator. It can help you finish your doodles, animate the objects on your drawings or generate completely new drawings based on your text descriptions.

All of these AI drawing tools are super easy to use and completely free. These are not, however, going to generate picture-perfect art and images, but rather simple sketches. If you’re looking for AI image generators, see chapter 2. But if you want to have some fun with your (inner) child, you should try one of these tools:

51. AutoDraw

Remember the good old Paint? Think of AutoDraw as Paint on steroids. As you doodle on a blank canvas, this AI drawing generator suggests various shapes and symbols it thinks you’d like to draw. You can also add text, change colors, and insert different shapes to your drawing. When you’re done, you can simply download the image. This AI tool was initially an AI experiment by Google Creative Lab.

52. Sketch MetaDemoLab

Did you know that there’s an online tool that can bring your drawings (or those of your children) to life? All you have to do is scan and upload your drawing, and the AI will automatically recognize the objects. After that, you simply select from a variety of movements for your character. You can make them dance, jump, walk… Using this AI drawing tool is free of charge.

53. Magic sketchpad

Magic sketchpad is an AI tool that helps you finish your drawings. Before you start drawing, you select a category to help the algorithm understand what you want to draw. You can also change colors and apply multiple categories to your image. When you’re done, you can download the image in .jpg format. The tool is free and requires no signup. 

54. Quick, draw!

From doodling to drawing… in seconds! Quick, draw! is an AI drawing experiment by Google. It uses somewhat similar technology that Google Translate uses to understand writing. Based on the sketch, it recognizes the object someone wants to draw. It’s free and anyone can try it out.

55. Craiyon

Craiyon is an online model that draws images from text prompts (formerly known as DALL-E mini). It takes up to 2 minutes to generate 9 images you can then choose from. You can use this free AI drawing tool in a browser or via Android app.

AI Audio Generators

Want to turn your text into speech without having to record yourself? AI voice generators offer you thousands of voices to choose from, from voices of “normal people” to synthesised voices that imitate actors, politicians, or movie characters. 🗣

AI voice generators can be used to create voice recordings for commercial purposes (chatbots, commercials, video voiceovers…) or just for fun.

56. FakeYou

Imagine you could make famous characters say your words. FakeYou uses AI to let you do just that. It’s a free text-to-speech generator where you can choose between hundreds of voices and have them speak the words you type in. From Barack Obama and Albert Einstein to your favorite cartoon character — they’re all there. A pretty cool way to prank a friend, don’t you think? 

57. Uberduck

Uberduck text to speech has more than 5000 expressive voices you can choose for your voiceover, and it also allows you to clone your own voice. You can use it for fun (you can have the voice sing or rap) or for commercial purposes. Paid plans start at $10/month.

58. LALAL.AI

Want to extract different sounds from your video or audio? LALAL.AI is an AI audio tool that can do this quickly and precisely. With this top-notch AI system, you can remove voices or any instruments from files without losing quality. You can try it for free for 10 minutes and get 5 extra minutes for following them on Reddit. 

AI Design Tools

The online world is a visual one, and whether you like it or not, basic design skills are almost a must today. Remember how much time you spent the last time designing a presentation or a simple social media banner? 😧

Well, you can always go with a designer, but that’s rather expensive and time-consuming. If you want to design your visual materials quickly and in a scalable way, the answer is simple:

Use an AI design tool. Or several of them. There are plenty on the market, and they can help you create nice and on-brand visuals in a snap. You don’t have to spend hours and lots of money on your designs — let AI do the work instead.

59. Fontjoy

We all know that more fonts together look better than a single one, but when it comes to selecting them… That’s when things get complicated. But worry not! This AI design tool helps you pair fonts using deep learning, so you don’t have to rely on your intuition anymore. It’s free and open source.

60. Looka

Need to design a logo and other branded materials, but you’re not a designer? Looka helps you make a logo in seconds. You can select different styles, fonts, layouts, and more until you have the perfect logo for your business. You can download multiple variations of your logo: black and white, coloured, or with a transparent background. Paid plans start at $4.99/month.

61. Design Beast

This AI design platform combines several design features under one roof: Mockup Engine, Logo Factory, Image Editor, Object Remover, Background Remover and Pixel Perfect. It’s a good solution if you’re not a designer, as it has many ready-to-use templates for different use cases. Prices start at a one-time payment of $67.

62. Jitter

Jitter helps you create animated designs in seconds. You can animate text and other elements of your design. It’s perfect for animating interfaces or creating social media and other communication materials. An extensive library of templates is available. The Basic plan is free to use, but if you need high-quality exports without watermarks, the Pro plan costs $12/month.

63. Beautiful.ai

Make presentations like a designer with a little help from AI. Beautiful.ai includes hundreds of templates you can easily customize. There are also tons of stock photos and videos you can use, the ability to upload audio tracks, and collaboration features to streamline your work. Prices start at $12/month, but the tool also lets you buy ad-hoc projects for $45/project.

64. Designs.ai

This AI design tool covers all visual aspects of content marketing — it helps you easily create logos, videos, banners, voiceovers, and mockups. They offer 4 subscription tiers, and you can also pay per project if you want.

AI Business Tools

If you run your own business — especially a small one — you probably wear several hats. You’re dealing with customers, doing admin work, business analysis… All this requires excellent time management and different skills. 

Ever thought about using some help from AI tools for small businesses? They can help you automate processes, save time on repetitive manual tasks, and increase revenue. And no, you don’t have to spend a fortune to buy them. In fact, many of these AI tools are designed specifically for small businesses, so why not give them a try?

65. Namelix

Getting the business idea is easy. But giving your business a name… Not so much. Every name you come up with sounds silly. Weird. Bland. Yup, we all know the feeling. 😁

How about asking Namelix for some help? All you have to do is enter your keywords, choose the level of randomness, and pick a naming style. The tool will then generate various suggestions for your brand name for free.

66. Textio

The job market has changed in recent years, and finding top talent is something many businesses big and small struggle with. That’s why it’s so important to have a consistent and optimized copy when it comes to attracting talent.

Textio is an AI tool that gives your writing research-backed language guidance and detects social bias in your content. It integrates with apps like Workday, Greenhouse, Outlook and Gmail, but if you want, you can also use their platform. And the price? For that, you should book a demo.

67. Flatlogic

Thinking about developing your own web app? Flatlogic can save you tons of time and development costs. Teams use this AI tool to build web apps, create CMSs, online databases, and more. You choose the technology stack, and template that looks good to you and customize it to your needs. Review, connect to Github, and your app is ready to be deployed. Their pricing starts at $299/app/year.

68. Weblium

So how should you create a website for your business? Weblium helps you build one easily and quickly. You don’t need any design or coding skills as they offer more than 300 templates for mobile-friendly websites. Each website comes with a free domain, but you’ll need to upgrade to the Pro plan to customize it.

69. Zia

Imagine having your business assistant available 24/7. A person to help you gather data, understand important insights, translate your emails and help you write, and more. Well, here it is. Not a person, but an AI assistant named Zia.

70. Resume.io

Looking for a job? Then a great resume is something that will set you apart from other applicants. Using resume.io, you can easily create your resume and cover letter based on 18 templates created by experts. It also helps you with pre-written phrases triggered by adding a job title and spell check your copy. You can try it for free. 

71. Timely

One of the best ways to track productivity is to track the time you and your team spend on different tasks. But the administrative burden of manual tracking can also take up a lot of your time. Well, not anymore. Timely automatically records the time spent in different work apps through native integrations. They offer a 14-day free trial, while their most popular plan is $14/month.

72. Landbot

Want to build your very own chatbot but have no coding skills? Landbot is an intuitive platform that helps you deploy your chatbot in no time. The platform offers a library of templates, simple WhatsApp automation, and an API. It automatically syncs your data across multiple platforms. The starter plan costs €30/mo.

73. Boost.ai

Boost.ai is a conversation builder that leverages AI to give your customers the right answers based on advanced natural language processing and your training inputs. It works on your website as well as on multiple platforms such as Slack, Zendesk, and Teams. 

74. Yooz

Owning a business also means having to deal with invoices. How about a paperless, automated solution, powered by AI? You can request a free 15-day trial or subscribe to the platform (the price depends on the volume of documents processed).

75. RAD AI

It’s often said that today, every company should become a media company. But it’s not enough to create content — you should create content that resonates with your target audience. RAD AI combines data with authentic content across all marketing channels. It focuses on building authentic, emotional relationships by analysing past performance and developing strategies for future content.

76. DigitalGenius

Having good support for your customers is crucial to keeping them satisfied. This AI marketing tool deals with customers like a real person… except it’s not. It integrates into your stack and covers more than 50 e-commerce use cases, from order updates to refunds to loyalty programmes. Not sure this is the right tool for you? Don’t worry — they offer a free trial with full access to the platform.

77. Conversica AI

Here’s a group of assistants to help your revenue team convert even more opportunities. Your AI assistants team is super smart, hardworking, and never sleeps. As a result, they can respond to inquiries within minutes and engage with prospects in a personalized manner in real time. 

78. Acrolinx

This is one of the AI marketing tools that create enterprise content for multiple touchpoints with your customers. Acrolinx helps you analyze your existing content and set goals for the content you want it to improve for you. It gives you a score of different aspects of your content (clarity, accessibility, tone of voice, and others), and also suggests alternative phrasings.

79. MyWave

It’s a no-brainer that personalized communication leads to better business results. No one likes to be served generic content. MyWave combines AI and personal data from previous interactions so that every communication with the customer appears highly personalized. 

80. Abe

Abe helps you create and implement virtual financial assistants in the field of online banking. The goal is simple: To make your customers’ financial journey easier and more enjoyable. Abe uses natural language for communication and native financial intelligence to help you make better financial decisions. 

81. Poplar.Studio

Online shopping is huge, but imagine the boost it would get if people had the ability to try on clothes virtually and visualise products in their home environment. Poplar.Studio enables you to do just that. With its AR and 3D solutions, it helps shoppers make better choices through advanced virtual displays of goods, from jewellery to cars to furniture. 

82. GitHub Copilot

Ever heard of pair programming? Well, GitHub’s Copilot feels like a buddy… except it’s actually AI. It’s trained on natural language text and public source code, so it helps you write code faster and with less work. You simply describe what you want it to code (in natural, everyday language), and it suggests code and entire functions in real time. They offer a 60-day free trial, and after that, it costs $10/month/user.

AI Research Tools

Many students and researchers are already using AI for research purposes. It makes staying up to date on the latest research a whole lot easier, and also helps with organizing your favorite research papers and citing them correctly.

From generating summaries of long research papers to sending notifications about new trends in your field, AI for research saves you a great deal of time and effort. 📚 If you’re in academia, you should give these AI tools a try — they’re affordable, accurate, and work super fast, so you don’t have to. 😉

83. Genei

We all know that research can be very time consuming. That’s why Genei uses AI to speed up your research process. The tool can automatically summarize any PDF or website. You can also ask it questions, and it will provide short, summarized answers based on resources. The Basic plan is $3.99/month, and a free trial is available.

84. Iris.ai

Iris.ai is a workspace for your research that leverages AI to help you with everything research-related. It allows you to upload documents and connect to different data sets, and then apply the software’s comprehensive features to them. It can filter and extract data, understand contexts, and generate summaries. You can request a demo on their website.

85. Semantic Scholar

Want to discover new scientific knowledge faster? Semantic Scholar helps you stay up to date with the latest research trends in your field. It indexes more than 2 million academic papers and can extract key findings from them in seconds. This AI for research can also help you cite and find influential literature, and will notify you of new papers or citations of your interest. You can use it for free.

86. Elicit

Elicit is another AI tool for researchers based on GPT-3. People use it to quickly find relevant papers and provide abstracts. You simply write your question and Elicit will find the best answers for you — for free.

87. Wizdom.ai

Wizdom.ai is a natural language processing platform that helps people make better decisions by understanding and extracting insights from data. You enter the topic of your interest, and it will offer various insights: publication activity, citation trends, top publishers and authors… It is used by companies and organizations to make sense of data and gain actionable insights.

AI Tools for the Everyday

Admit it — there are some things in your life that simply take up too much time. Finding the right Excel formula, for example. Or updating your CV every time you decide it’s time to start looking for a new job. Or organizing your personal finances. 💸

But hey, it’s 2022, and there’s an AI productivity tool for each of these areas. These tools help with repetitive and time-consuming tasks, so you can stop wasting your time on them. With these apps, you can finally focus on the tasks that really matter, while the AI takes care of the rest without you even noticing.

88. TimeHero

Being organized is being in control. Become the hero of your time with this AI productivity tool that keeps you on track with all your tasks. Connect your calendar, add tasks, and connect the apps you use on a daily basis. TimeHero creates an adaptive work schedule for you, so you can focus on your work instead of planning. 

89. Wade

How do you handle your career advancement? Wouldn’t it be great to have someone to give you advice based on your ambitions and even update your CV for you (admit it — you haven’t updated it for ages)? Meet Wade, your personal career guide who will help you with your job search, journaling your career, and more!

90. Josh

Josh is a voice-controlled AI system that can be used to control various smart home devices, including lights, thermostats, and door locks. It can also be used to provide information about the weather, traffic, and news. So can you use it in your home? That depends on your devices — here’s the list of devices it supports. 

91. Wallet.ai

Are you good at managing your daily finances, or is this something that could be improved? Wallet.ai is an app that sorts your data based on your spending patterns (collected from other apps, your locations, etc.) and gives timely financial advice through alerts and recommendations. This is an invite-only app.

92. Excelformulabot

Text-to-speech, text-to-image, and now finally: text-to-excel formula. 🙌 This productivity tool saves you the frustration of using complex Excel formulas — you simply describe a problem you want to solve (with words), and it turns your problem into a formula in seconds. This super smart tool costs $2.99/month.

93. Brain.fm

Want to be more productive? Brain.fm offers the most advanced and scientifically backed background music, produced to affect your brain the way you want it to. In the app, you select your favorite genres, your current mental state, activity, and duration, and you get the optimal music to stimulate your brain. 

94. Futurenda

Another productivity tool for managing your time is Futurenda. It helps you create a dynamic agenda of your activities, so you always know what’s coming up next and when certain tasks can be completed.

AI Tools for Students

Multiple purposes can be served by AI in education. It can be used to personalize programs, detect plagiarism, transcribe lectures, and facilitate rapid communication between teachers and students, to name just a few examples.

Education is facing many challenges today, and these AI tools are here to help both teachers and students. How? By replacing manual work, reducing the risk of human mistakes, making communication more effective, and saving a lot of time.

95. Otter

Tired of listening to lectures and taking notes at the same time? Otter takes notes for you in real time, so you can focus on listening and engage in other ways. People use it for in-person and virtual lectures and other meets, as it works with Zoom, Google Meet and Microsoft Teams. It allows you to access your notes anywhere (and edit them as you see fit), using the mobile or web app.

96. Summari

So much to read and so little time! Don’t worry — Summari reads the texts for you and provides you with comprehensive summaries in no time. The AI has been trained on thousands of article summaries written by humans, so it is able to follow the human approach: It sets the intro, writes concise headings, and provides key information in the form of bullet points. It helps you summarize texts via Chrome extension, mobile app, or integrations for Slack and Teams. It is currently in Beta so you can use it for free.

97. Gradescope

Here’s another great example of using AI in education. Gradescope can help you grade your assessments in different subjects (physics, math, chemistry, biology, engineering…). It works on both, digital and (scanned) paper-based assignments. In addition to quick and concise grading, it also provides you with valuable insights into your students’ knowledge levels. 3 plans are offered, and all teachers get their first two terms free.

AI Character Generators

Want to bring a fantasy character to life? Use an AI character generator! 🤖

No, you don’t need any video animation knowledge, and you don’t need to be a professional illustrator. All you need is a good idea, and the AI will do its magic. Whether you want to create animated video stories, your digital friends, or other AI-generated creatures, there are AI tools that can be helpful:

98. Artflow.ai

This AI character generator allows you to create animated video stories by creating unique scenes, characters, and your own dialogs. At the moment it only works in English, and you can try it out on their website.

99. Replika

If you think that AI companions only live in futuristic movies, you’re wrong. You can now create your own AI friend who is always there in the app to chat with you or give you advice. You can create a replica in the form of a friend, partner, mentor, you name it. And the more you talk to the character, the more it will get to know you. Wait, doesn’t that sound like a familiar movie? 

100. Crypko

Crypko is an anime AI character generator that uses AI to create waist-up illustrations that can easily be changed (eye color, hair color, hairstyle…). It also allows you to add smooth animations to your character.

AI for Cinephiles 

Sometimes, a movie quote or music clip is the best way to get your message across. Instead of searching the entire internet and YouTube (who has time for that, really?), you can now use AI to quickly find specific quotes from popular culture:

101. PlayPhrase.me

A perfect AI tool for cinephiles. Enter a quote you have in mind and this AI tool will find you all the movie clips with that specific quote. You can also download it and share it with your friends. 

102. Yarn

Type in a word or phrase from a TV show, movie, or song, and Yarn will find the clips you’re looking for. Say goodbye to endless googling and searching for quotes on YouTube.

AI for Pets

Dear pet lover, this section is just for you. 🐾 Doesn’t matter if you’re a cat person or a dog person, AI has you covered.

103. This Cat Does Not Exist

Did you know that the love for cats has its own name? It’s also known as ailurophilia. 😺 So if you’re an ailurophile, this online app is something you should try. It generates a random cat picture each time you refresh the site. Even though they look completely real, these cats do not actually exist. 

104. Dog Scanner App

This is a must-try app for all dog lovers. Use your camera or upload a photo from your gallery and the AI will recognize the breed. And if you want to have some fun with your friends, scan their face and the app will tell you which dog they look like. 

Bonus: AI for Meme Lovers

Yeah, all these AI tools will definitely make you more productive and save you tons of time, but hey — what’s the point if you’re not having fun? 😉 Create a meme and send it to your friend or colleague to make their day. No ideas? No problem! 

105. Supreme.ai

Sometimes it’s hard to get the right idea or find a meme that stirs the right emotions. Well, this tool acts as your “Chief Meme Officer” who is always up to date with the latest meme trends. It can generate a meme from a phrase you type in, suggest memes based on a topic you provide, and find the right meme for your message.

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