Chat GP’s detailed responses and articulate answers has been making waves in the internet. The chatbot developed by American artificial intelligence company, OpenAI, quickly amassed 1 million users under a week since its launch in November 2022. With the rise of deep machine learning and artificial intelligence, there are many interesting applications being developed every day. From AI video generators, copywriting tools, to creating Excel formulas, we have compiled a list of other artificial intelligence tools that can make our lives easier. Here are some of our favourite free AI tools. It’s time to work smarter, not harder!


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ChatGPT has disrupted the internet over how human-like, descriptively, and accurately it can answer questions. ChatGPT is built on top of OpenAI’s GPT-3 family of large language models and is a trained AI text generator that interacts with users in a conversational way. ChatGPT functions like any other chatbot, however, where it goes beyond existing chatbots is that it is a trained text generator able to answer follow-up questions, admit mistakes, and challenge incorrect premises. Its vast database of information is already revolutionizing the way people create text-based content, and even code.

How: ChatGPT is free to use after signing up.


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It is a common issue that sometimes we know what we want to say, yet we struggle to find the right words to express ourselves. WordTune is another AI text generator that tackles this problem by rewriting your thoughts in different styles and tones. All you need to do is to input your thoughts on a document and WordTune will offer a list of shortened, expanded, and rewritten paraphrases of your thoughts. The tool is available as a plug-in on browser and a Beta version is being offered on Microsoft Word.

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How: You can use WordTune for free or subscribe to a plan for premium features and unlimited rewrites.


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With a mission to simplify the process of video creation, Synthesia is an AI video generation tool that helps create videos without cameras, microphones, or studios. This can reputedly save companies up to 80% of their time and budget. You can even create videos with with a narrator speaking your script or a generated human presenter by typing in text and then choosing between 85+ AI avatars. These are based on real actors that can present your words in over 120 languages.

How: You can make a free demo, or upgrade to a personal plan or customized corporate plan. 

Dall-E 2

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Developed by OpenAI, Dall-E 2 is one of the most ingenious open source AI tools available to the public which can generate realistic images and original art just from a text description. Dall-E 2 can:

  • Combine concepts, attributes, and styles when generating images
  • Expand images beyond the given frame, creating new compositions
  • Make realistic edits such as adding and removing elements while taking into account shadows, reflections, and textures
  • Create different variations of an image 

How: Dall-E 2 is currently free to use with limited credits per month. 

This Person Does Not Exist

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This open source AI tool is a random face generator that can create a hyper realistic human face in a matter of seconds. These portraits of human faces are of people that don’t exist, but are indistinguishable from real people. This Person Does Not Exist can be used to create fake profiles on social media without using an image of a real person. Interestingly, the main goal of these fake portraits was to train the StyleGAN neural network to recognize fake faces; however, since the StyleGAN code is an open source AI, an engineer was able to take it and make this website to raise awareness about the potential dangers of unchecked AI tools: If AI tools can create faces and text like real people, what kinds of laws should there be surrounding artificial intelligence?

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How: Play with this free AI tool here.


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AutoDraw is a free AI tool that started as an AI experiment by Google Creative Lab. You can make scribbly doodles on your computer, and AutoDraw will intuitively guess and suggest various objects that you were trying to draw. The suggestions are original images and can be used as the basis for logos, graphic art, etc. You can also add text, change colors, and insert various shapes and objects into your drawing to make a completely original work. When you’re done with your masterpiece, simply download your artpiece. 

How: Use AutoDraw for free here.


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FakeYou uses deep fake technology to make it sound as though famous characters or celebrities are saying your words. This text-to-speech generator that has been trained by listening to hours of audio available on the Internet allows you to choose from 2,777 voices that sound frighteningly realistic. From politicians and actors to fictional characters, you can get a kick out of hearing them read the text you inputted.

How: FakeYou has a free version. However, you have to wait in line in order to use it. To bypass the queue, you can opt for FakeYou premium which ranges from t 7USD to 25 USD per month. logo

Writing your resume can be a stressful process. However, with pre-generated text and 18 professionally designed resume templates, you can easily create a resume and cover letter in a matter of minutes using this open source AI. also has features such as pre-written phrases that you can insert with a click and spellcheck for your copy. Besides that, also provides a library of 250+ real resume examples across various industries as well as 50+ cover letter examples to draw inspiration from so that you can create an effective resume package in minutes instead of hours. 

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How: offers a free plan as well as premium pricing plans for extended features.

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Heather is a freelance writer, fitness junkie, and avid foodie. Having spent the better part of her life in the 852, Malaysian-born Heather has spent the last 6 years wandering around Hong Kong trying to uncover the city's best kept hidden gems. When not writing, you'll likely find her documenting her latest food adventures on Instagram, finding new ways to burn calories, or binge watching Netflix shows.

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