Get book recommendations powered by AI
The creators of this tool were inspired by what Penguin Random House does on Twitter: every once in a while, the publisher spends 30 minutes giving book recommendations based on mood.
Using GPT-3 technology, the site Most Recommended Books now offers a book recommendation engine that can do the same on command. When I asked for a book about humorous situations, I was oddly suggested The Princess and The Pony, a picture book. Well, it does look humorous.
Shortly: an AI writing assistant
Again, the basis of this tool is OpenAI’s GPT-3. After setting up an account (free), you can input a sentence or two, click a button, and the AI will continue writing your story. Perhaps an alternative to staring at the wall or out the window when you experience writer’s block? Try Shortly.
Extract vocal and instrumental tracks from audio using AI
If this tool had been around in high school, I would’ve had all kinds of personal fun with lalal.ai. Upload any audio file and split up the vocal and instrumental tracks without quality loss. It’s $10 for 90 minutes or 10 tracks. (Keep your use legal, folks.)
How normal are you?
This is an EU-based project that allows you to experience how artificial intelligence judges your face. Access to your webcam or mobile camera is necessary, but no personal data is collected. You might not anticipate where this leads! Try it.