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A list of AI tools that I've been collecting since mid-February 2023 that I actually use. For more information you can continue reading this first or skip to read the list first and then come back (recommended). If you enjoy this list please give it a heart 💗, thanks!

This list is made to give you a comprehensive list to give you a competitive advantage with AI. It's been selected from more than 130 tools, including Github repos, news from Twitter (it's been so much), using platforms recommendations especially made for AI tools (There's an AI for that, etc) and Youtube videos from AI youtubers that I trust and some blogs from AI developers and researchers and people who I think know their stuff.

In this intro it's a bit of a review and the general list is more or less a ranking, however beware of classification grouping ie beta.character AI is way better with direct interaction with the user and storytelling: better than ChatGPT and Bing (Bing is creative and useful for this, but the 20 messages limit per chat makes it no good for storytelling or general creative long tasks). but in the Altertive Tool list is placed lower because it's not general purpose or doesn't have much range yet. Or take Midjourney which is the best tool ever for image generation but is much later in the list because it's especialized.

I will be updating this list when I see more capabilities and maturing between the tools; ie Google Bard is not here because it's still underdeveloped for common daily use, or video AI tooling since it's a bit hacky yet, still to be decided a clear winner between the AI community and those kind of reasons.

Apart from general purpose this list is also directed to software developers.

Problem solving and general purpose (google replacement, the most mature chats yet):

  1. ChatGPT used instead of googling and general debugging and for my college classes and some errors when developing software, software documentation and code syntax.
  2. Perplexity used to search for information that requires finding specific links since ChatGPT allucinates links, quite handy extension since you can click in any website sits on the chrome toolbar (pinning it is very recommended), it saves your chats and you can continue where you left off, doesn't have a message limit per chat (I had an specific chat that has more than 110 messages without counting Perplexity answers), has login account, good and pretty UI. It also has an specific button to quickly summarize the website you're in. ask your questions page scope wide, website scop wide and in all the internet (default).
  3. Bing AI chat: Quite good, why 3rd place then? it's just that i'm used to chrome lol (i have so many extensions to export and other unrelated reasons), and now Bing chat has from May 4, 2023 and forwards chat history! (main reason I didn't use it often), so I'm very willing on using Bing AI again. pretty and good UI. the sources and where everything comes from has a positive edge over ChatGPT, while browsing you can ask info about the website you're in. handy toggleable sidebar for Bing AI in Microsoft Edge Dev
  4. You.com chat: I use this especifically to search book recommendations, know where to get technical documentation and general media recommendations since ChatGPT will give you more generic recommendations and it's not that much technical unless you discuss with it (it feels so bad call ChatGPT "it" X'D) more or less extensively (so you have to have a required higher knowledge to know). The advantage that You.com AI chat has it's that can read index context for example you're searching for a book or documentation, however the thing you're searching for doesn't appear on the title it instead would be the chapter of a book You.com chat will give you the result you want, Perplexity will tell you that such book doesn't exist and ChatGPT is possible set to allucination or give you something less precise. With YouChat it's much less effort and words to get the book rec you want, ChatGPT it's also more prone to allucinate title books with the requirements you give it or to allucinate Github repositories for that matter -_- . I don't use YouChat as much as I like though (i don't want to use that many different chats y'know) and I think ChatGPT or the above options are still better (ie usually Perplexity or Bing AI will give you more sources of information and still give you a cohesive and comprehensive answer, you.com chat will give you one source only if you give it an apparently simple ask), it's been some time since I've use it. Still put it here since I think it's a mature option compared to the rest and some might be interested in it. the UI is good but I think it could be better.

Between these 4 I would say you have two main routes: combine ChatGPT with Perplexity (because of link allucination) OR choose Bing AI since Bing gives accurate links and has a pretty good creative problem solving. try what works best for you, also I can't wait for Bing to augment more than 20 messages >:D

Coding (haven't used these 2 options as much since I usually still ask ChatGPT for code related asks / prompts):

  • Github Copilot ($10 per calendar month)
  • Amazon CodeWhisperer (it's free but needs your credit card to corroborate you're a real person)

AI tool recommendation platforms:

  • There's An AI For That: Most extensive one AI tool recommendation platform that I've found yet, and always early to list the new AI tools, think UI could be better. but almost every tool is there (most of exceptions are some Github repositories with less than 1000 stars specifically for software developers so... ).
  • AiToolHunt: also has tons of tools, nice tagging and very pretty UI

Other notable AI tools:

  • Midjourney: best AI image generation yet.
  • Wiseone: Handy extension it highlights not common terms on the dictionary like technical terms, names of companies, etc. You use it by hovering over the highlighted words, if it's an event or news it gives you the last ones and more relevants. Useful for not manully searching specific words and have a more linear reading experience instead of multiple tabs on the web.
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kaekazehList by kaekazeh, last updated 2023-05-18
  1. ChatGPT icon

    ChatGPT is a powerful language model developed by OpenAI that is specifically designed for generating human-like text in response to user input. It is built on the GPT-3 architecture, which allows it to generate high-quality text in a variety of styles and formats.

    • AI Chatbot
    • FreemiumProprietary
    • Online
    • Android
    • iPhone
    • iPad
    • Mac
    • ...
    ChatGPTs examples, capabilities, and limitations
  2. Microsoft Bing icon

    This is the main entry for the search engine tool. For content related to AI Chatbot and AI-powered features, visit Microsoft Copilot (Bing Chat)

    • Web Search Engine
    • FreeProprietary
    • Online
    • Android
    • iPhone
    • Android Tablet
    • Windows Phone
    • iPad
    • Xbox
    • ...
    Homepage
  3. GitHub Copilot icon

    GitHub Copilot leverages the power of OpenAI Codex to provide real-time suggestions for code and complete functions, all within your editor. With its training on vast amounts of code, GitHub Copilot translates natural language prompts into coding suggestions across multiple...

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    GitHub Copilot screenshot 1
  4. Amazon CodeWhisperer icon

    Amazon CodeWhisperer is a general purpose, machine learning-powered code generator that provides you with code recommendations in real time. As you write code, CodeWhisperer automatically generates suggestions based on your existing code and comments.

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    Amazon CodeWhisperer screenshot 1
  5. Perplexity AI icon

    Perplexity is an alternative to traditional search engines, where you can directly pose your questions and receive concise, accurate answers backed up by a curated set of web sources. It has a conversational interface, contextual awareness, and personalization options to learn...

    • AI Chatbot
    • FreemiumProprietary
    • Online
    • Android
    • iPhone
    • Android Tablet
    • iPad
    • Google Chrome
    • ...
    Perplexity AI screenshot 1
  6. YOU.com icon

    Tired of your search engine feeding you the results it wants you to see? With You.com Search Engine & Browser, you control your search – your sources, privacy, and time. Choose the sources you want to see and how private you want to be.

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    YOU.com screenshot 1
    YOU.com screenshot 2
    YOU.com screenshot 3
  7. HuggingChat icon

    Hugging Face is now using these servers for its first potentially massive project: HuggingChat is intended to be the first true open-source alternative to OpenAI’s ChatGPT.

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    HuggingChat screenshot 1
  8. character.ai icon

    Engage in open-ended conversations and collaborations with AI-based characters and create your own characters for yourself and others to enjoy. Character.ai is a social platform for creating and interacting with advanced AI chatbots.

    • AI Chatbot
    • FreemiumProprietary
    • Online
    • Android
    • iPhone
    • ...
    Home page
  9. Midjourney icon

    Midjourney is a research lab and the name of the lab's artificial intelligence program that creates images from textual descriptions, similar to OpenAI's DALL-E. The tool is currently in open beta.

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    Midjourney screenshot 1
  10. Wiseone icon

    Wiseone is a new AI-powered browser extension that enriches your online reading experience by helping you simplify information, effortlessly master any subject you're reading and have easier access to factual information.

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    Wiseone screenshot 1
  11. There's An AI For That icon

    There's An AI For That is a comprehensive AI tracker built with ease of use in mind. It tracks over 700 AIs across almost 100 categories and updates every day. Bookmark it to stay up to date with the latest advances in AI.

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    There's An AI For That screenshot 1
  12. AiToolHunt icon

    AI Tool Hunt is the go-to destination for finding the best new AI tools on the market. Our directory is constantly updated with the latest and greatest AI tools, making it easy for users to discover and compare options for their specific needs.

    • FreeProprietary
    • Online
    • ...
    Multiple filters at once
  13. CodeGeeX icon

    CodeGeeX is an AI-based coding assistant, which can suggest code in the current or following lines. It is powered by a large-scale multilingual code generation model with 13 billion parameters, pretrained on a large code corpus of more than 20 programming languages.

    • AI Coding Assistant
    • Free PersonalOpen Source
    • Mac
    • Windows
    • Linux
    • Online
    • Self-Hosted
    • Software as a Service (SaaS)
    • ...
    stealth mode
  14. ChatSonic icon

    We've all heard of ChatGPT, the chatbot that has been trending for the last few days. While it's an amazing conversational AI tool, it has a few limitations. For starters, ChatGPT has been trained on information until 2021, so it's not very useful for topics after...

    • AI Chatbot
    • FreemiumProprietary
    • Online
    • Google Chrome
    • ...
    ChatSonic screenshot 1
  15. ChatPDF icon

    Chat with any PDF.

    • FreemiumProprietary
    • Online
    • ...
    ChatPDF screenshot 1
  16. ExplainDev icon

    ExplainDev is a browser extension for increasing productivity by shortening the turnaround time between finding code online and applying it to your project.

    • FreemiumProprietary
    • Google Chrome
    • ...
    ExplainDev screenshot 1

This list was created by kaekazeh Mar 28, 2023 and was last updated May 18, 2023. The list has 16 apps.

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