The Ultimate List of A.I. tools

The Ultimate list of A.I. tools

First up are the most popular apps:

  • ChatGPT: with +100 million users, you have to test writing prompts with this conversational A.I.
  • Dall-E: the first popular generative A.I. to create images from text. also comes from OpenAI
  • StableDiffusion: this text-to-image generator is amazing. It can create very realistic paintings.
  • Automata - Repurposing is gold but can be tough. This tool can do it for blogs, videos and social media posts
  • Addcontext: Contextual search engines can be powerful. This app can build them from your YouTube playlist.
  • DocuChat: This is a powerful enterprise concept. You can get answers from your work documents.
  • Invideo: Can turn any content idea into a video. This is something I've been wanting to experiment with for a while.
  • Magician: the AI assistant to help you develop and design
  • ChatGPT for StackOverflow: This is a simple response tool for programmers who need coding answers.
  • Perplexity: A neat tool that will link sources for ChatGPT like answers. But it uses more current data.


: Quora's new A.I. bot pulling data from different A.I. bots like ChatGPT and Sage. Quora has the best and largest Q&A search database in the world. This new app can be a game changer for them.

A.I. writing tools are my favorite. They have unlocked an entire world of new content. Now these computers aren't writing anything detailed. But they are helpful to get rid of writers block.

  • Jasper.AI: a simple copywriting tool to help create creative content faster
  • Copy.AI: similar to Jasper but geared more writing email and blog posts
  • Tweetmonk: Tweeters love A.I. writing tools. This one help write engaging tweets & threads.
  • TLDR: Don't have time to read long-form articles. Now you can drop a link and summarize the entire piece.
  • Wordtune: Rewrites content with clearer messaging. If you don't understand something, drop it in the box.
  • Quillbot: Now you summarize any text with a click of a button. This is a great tool to find the key points for anything you want to read.
  • DocLime: Upload your PDF document to search for answers instantly
  • ChattyPDF: Another simple question-answering PDF viewer.

: Converts video transcripts into article. Big way to save time and money while 10x'ing content output.

New useful apps I've come across:

  • HirePeople: creates customized LinkedIn with a Chrome extension. I've seen products like this before but this might be an interesting twist.
  • AIcyclopedia: this is a collection of the latest of A.I. tools. It's a more in-depth than this page with applications in so many more verticals.
  • PeopleAI: creating chatbots based on social data is so interesting to me. This is one of the reasons I write so much. Eventually anybody can ask my replica an investment question and it'll provide a near accurate response.
  • Scholarcy: new Chrome extension to help build your personal summarized research library.
  • Invideo: creates generative video A.I. with ready made templates
  • Onesta: another interesting chatbot but this time it's focused on financial advisors. Scratching the surface in a very profitable niche.
  • Chrome extension that will highlights key points with deep summaries when reading articles online

: Cool new product that helps automate the content production workflow - across platforms! Cheap and easy way to post native content. This would take marketers hours to produce.

Creative content might be the most powerful A.I. application today. Not only text. But images and video.

I'm looking for text-to-video apps. Generative A.I. is probably the most advanced application I've seen so far. Stable Diffusion was the first good example. Now video generators will change the design landscape. Here are a few apps I've got my eyes on:

  • an AI video generator with no need for cameras, microphones or actors.
  • RunwayML: A multi-modal AI system that can generate novel videos with text, images, or video clips. I've seen great action movies come from this.
  • Opus: this is my favorite video app now. It auto-generates viral video clips with great text and emojis. No need for a professional video editor anymore.
  • Vowel: the tool for remote teams to host, summarize, search, and share video meetings — no add-ons required.


: Use your website, knowledge base, and documents, to answer visitor questions, and qualify buyers while you sleep.

Check out these A.I. chatbot apps.

  • SiteGPT: Instantly answer your visitors' questions with a personalized chatbot trained on your website content.
  • Chatterdocs: Use your website, knowledge base, and documents, to answer visitor questions, and qualify buyers while you sleep.


: helps you create conversational AI chatbots with your own data to communicate naturally with users on your website, Slack, and Discord.

Right now I am most excited for Microsoft Copilot and Google Bard to launch. There are so many office tools that can benefit from great A.I. But like Excel formulas, I don't think people will A.I. tools as much as they think. It'll be a nice to have feature but still requires effort to produce great results. Either way, I think office productivity will increase across the board.

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