The year 2023 will be deeply marked by artificial intelligence and we should still hear a lot about OpenAI and ChatGPT. However, we should not forget the other equally incredible AI projects that have been available for a few months. These platforms often have a more specific purpose than that delivered by the XXL model of ChatGPT.
With these you can harness the power of artificial intelligence to create works of art from scratch, find graphic design ideas, effortlessly change your writing style, code faster and more intuitively, adapt multimedia content for social networks in one click, and much more.
De facto, it is as if Internet users suddenly had access to an army of cybernetic trainees allowing them to boost their productivity for free, whatever the field. It’s all about knowing the best AI projects of the moment, and how to take advantage of them as soon as possible. In this file, we offer you a list of the best AIs which, like ChatGPT, deliver impressive results.
Top 7 Alternatives to ChatGPT :
- GitHub Copilot
Midjourney.ai is hands down – outside of ChatGPT – the most impressive AI project available in 2023. This AI bot generates illustrations, images, paintings, designs, and UI ideas (to name a few use cases) incredible from a simple request – in English, French or any language.
Midjourney works in Discord. To test this AI for free, you must first download and install Discord on your computer. Then you can go to Midjourney.com, then click on Join the Beta and link your Discord account. From there, open Discord and go to Midjourney via the left panel.
Many chan are available once in Midjourney. Choose a song that starts with “newbies”. In the text input box, type /imagine followed by a more or less precise description of what you want to generate.
Then type Hall. In a minute or two, Midjourney offers you 4 original designs, which you can enlarge in ultra-high definition or vary as you wish. Absolutely bewitching.
Jasper.ai is one of the platforms that have been around for a while to generate quality text content effortlessly. The platform is paid for, but it is possible to generate up to 35,000 words for free during the trial period (5 days, then from $48 per month beyond).
Generating text with Jasper boils down to describing what you want and the purpose of the text in question (paragraph, blog post, post on social networks, or other…).
It is possible to force the AI to mention specific keywords in the text or to change the general tone of the text. You can choose the number of iterations to generate, for example if you are working on a series of very similar contents for which you have to vary, for example, the same text.
Depending on the requests, however, note that Jasper’s knowledge is not as extensive as ChatGPT. The final text is therefore often more of a help without becoming a real effective replacement of text written by a human writer.
Repurpose.io is the Swiss army knife of influencers and those who want to get started on social networks. Without Repurpose.io, managing your image or that of your brand on several social networks can take a lot of time. The display formats, which differ according to the platforms, force the content to be constantly adapted, which is very time-consuming and daunting.
In addition to that, it is sometimes necessary to crop the content, and add comments in the form of text… so many operations that disappear thanks to Repurpose.io. This AI has only one mission: you create quality content once, and Repurpose adapts it to you to maximize visibility on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, YouTube and other platforms.
Repurpose.io is chargeable but it is possible to generate your first content for free for 14 days. Beyond that, you will have to go to the checkout. Three subscription offers are available depending on your profile, at $15, $25 and $125 per month.
4. GitHub Copilot
ChatGPT allows you to generate code according to your needs. And provided you have some notions, it is possible to achieve functional results quite quickly, at relatively little cost. ChatGPT is able to generate code snippets in various languages upon request. Sometimes there are bugs, but by dint of asking again, we arrive fairly quickly at a result.
The whole, often very well commented, in certain languages, which makes it possible to better understand the overall operation of the software. Github Copilot is a little less advanced from this point of view, but remains a very useful option for developers. With Copilot, all you have to do is write comments in your code, with the description of the code that must appear below for the AI to generate something for you.
Github Copilot is more in code autocompletion than in functional creation ex nihilo. For an experienced developer, the service is a real time saver. However, budding coders will probably prefer ChatGPT’s answers, which are more complete and ready to use.
Copy.ai is a lot like Jasper.ai – again a platform for automatically generating text for blogs, social networks, and websites from a short description. Here again many options are available to adapt the result, and it is possible to use Copy.ai to generate texts in French.
But Copy.ai is appreciated for another of its talents: paraphrasing. Concretely, you can take any snippet of text and have it rewritten in the same or another style of your choice. This will help you achieve your SEO goals faster and avoid headaches when producing similar content for several platforms.
The other advantage of Copy.ai is that it can be used (with limits) in a completely free version. Premium features can be tested for free during a trial period.
This AI example is arguably a little more light-hearted and fun. Riffusion is a rather original musical AI, both in its concept and its operating principle. You describe to him a style of music that you would like to hear, even improbable and imaginary.
And the AI comes out to you a few minutes later something that matches your description. Traditionally, training learning models to manipulate music has been quite complicated. However, the creators of the project have adopted an original approach: playing with the technique known as stable broadcast and an existing image learning model for transforming text queries into images.
However, instead of training it with classic images and photos, the Riffusion model was fed with millions of spectrograms of pieces of music. In other words, the most fundamental graphical representation of sounds and pieces of music. Riffusion thus imagines new spectrograms on the fly, then another program “reads” these images in the form of sound. Which is very strange and gives surprising (and sometimes inspiring) results… to be tested urgently!
If you manage a business, you know that monitoring the progress of your projects and teams can quickly become very time-consuming – as can optimizing everyone’s tasks to maximize productivity. This is where Timely, an AI-powered service, can help you out. The service gives you access to a more global and precise vision of what you are doing (and could improve) in your workflow.
You can easily follow via a clear interface what your teams are doing and the progress of your projects. And so see them unfold before your eyes almost in real time. And all that, precisely, without or with very little user intervention, because everything is automated, everything is pre-filled by an AI. This saves valuable working hours every day.
The icing on the cake, the service is very well connected to other tools that you probably use such as Monday, Github, Gmail, Calendar, Microsoft Office 365 or Microsoft Teams. It’s hard enough to describe how useful Timely is without having you try it. For this purpose, the platform offers a free 14-day trial period for you and your teams. We really advise you to try it and watch the productivity of your structure climb!
Of course, other AI-powered platforms exist – and we will update this file regularly. If you like a service that is not mentioned in this file, do not hesitate to talk about it in the comments: we will try to integrate it when possible in this article.
I am a journalist with over 6 years of experience working in the news industry. I currently work as an author for Global Happenings, and my coverage focuses on Technology news. I have written for various publications, including Reuters, The New York Times and The Guardian.
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