8 AI Tools That Will Blow Your Mind

by | Apr 13, 2023

Just about everyone has heard of ChatGPT. OpenAi’s natural language processing platform has been dominating the news for months now. But what else is going on in the world of AI?

AI has been around since the 1950s but has become popular recently due to the rise of big data and cloud computing. It is now being used in various industries to solve complex problems. We’ve all heard of the popular ChatGPT natural language processing tool from OpenAI, and most have now heard of text-to-image AI systems like Stable Diffusion and Midjourney, but what else is going on out there in the world of artificial intelligence?


Google Cloud AI Platform

Google Cloud AI Platform is a suite of tools that allows you to build, train and deploy machine learning models. It includes TensorFlow–an open source software library for numerical computation–and Cloud Machine Learning Engine (ML Engine), which is a managed service for building and serving machine learning models.

Google Cloud AI Platform also offers an integrated development environment (IDE) with support for popular languages such as Python, R and Java; pre-trained models; data sets; visualization tools; collaboration features like sharing notebooks with others via Google Drive; debugging capabilities


IBM Watson Studio

IBM Watson Studio is a tool that allows you to create custom AI solutions for your business. It’s an end-to-end platform that allows users to build, train and deploy their own AI models in a few simple steps.

What are some of the features of IBM Watson Studio?

You can use natural language processing (NLP) to analyze unstructured data such as text or voice recordings. This makes it easier for humans to interact with machines by using natural language instead of programming languages like Java or Python. For example: “Show me all my sales numbers from last quarter.”

You can also use deep learning algorithms such as image recognition software so computers can identify objects in images without human intervention–for example, recognizing faces in photos taken at concerts or sporting events where lighting conditions may not be ideal.


Microsoft Azure Machine Learning

Microsoft Azure Machine Learning is a cloud-based service that provides data scientists with the tools they need to build and deploy predictive analytics solutions. It offers an intuitive interface, allowing you to create models without having any prior experience in machine learning or statistical programming.

Microsoft Azure Machine Learning supports a wide range of algorithms including regression, classification, clustering and anomaly detection. You can also use it for advanced tasks like feature selection or model tuning using hyperparameter optimization techniques such as grid search or random forests.


Salesforce Einstein AI Platform

Salesforce Einstein AI Platform is a tool that helps companies build intelligent apps, which can help you automate tasks and make decisions based on data. Salesforce Einstein AI Platform features include:

Natural language processing (NLP) that lets users enter commands in plain English rather than code or technical jargon.
A visual interface for creating machine learning models without writing any code.

A library of pre-built models you can use to jumpstart your own projects; these include image recognition, natural language processing (NLP), text analysis, forecasting and prediction capabilities as well as other types of models such as recommendation engines or chatbots.



AlphaGo is an AI tool developed by DeepMind, a subsidiary of Google. It made headlines in 2016 when it defeated the world champion in the ancient Chinese board game of Go.

What makes AlphaGo so impressive is its ability to learn from its mistakes and continuously improve its gameplay, making it more challenging for human opponents to beat.

AlphaGo uses a combination of deep learning and neural networks to analyze gameplay and make decisions, allowing it to play at a level that was previously thought to be impossible for machines.

Its success has paved the way for further advancements in AI and has demonstrated the potential for AI to excel in complex decision-making tasks.



StyleGAN is an AI tool developed by NVIDIA that can generate highly realistic images of faces, animals, and even objects that do not exist in the real world.

It does this by using a generative adversarial network (GAN) to create images that are similar to real images but not identical. StyleGAN can also generate images with varying styles and attributes, such as age, gender, and facial expressions.

It has been used in a variety of applications, including video game development, cinematography, and even fashion design.



RoboBrain is an AI tool that aims to create a centralized database of knowledge for robots and other AI systems to draw upon. It works by analyzing and synthesizing data from various sources, such as YouTube videos, instruction manuals, and even social media. The resulting knowledge base can be used by robots and other AI systems to learn new skills, solve problems, and interact with the world around them. RoboBrain has the potential to accelerate the development of robotics and other AI applications by providing a shared knowledge base that can be accessed and built upon by researchers and developers around the world.



Braina is an AI tool that functions as a virtual assistant and can perform a wide range of tasks, including answering questions, setting reminders, and even controlling devices in your home.

What sets Braina apart is its ability to understand natural language and learn from its interactions with users. It can also integrate with various third-party applications, such as Spotify and Google Drive, making it a highly versatile and useful tool.

Braina has the potential to revolutionize the way we interact with our devices and could lead to the development of more advanced virtual assistants in the future.


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