Welcome back to AI Now, where we showcase the latest and greatest tools that are making waves in the AI world!
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🔧 Today's Top Tools
Rose was built to eliminate the cost and time wasted making data manageable. With Rose, what would normally be a tedious process of finding, visualizing, and transforming data is now as simple as a Google search
Coined "ChartGPT," Rose makes parsing, manipulating, and visualizing data simple and auditable.
Rose feeds in data from the world’s top data providers, using the latest open-source LLMs and natural language processing to parse and visualize information based on human language prompts.
Have you ever looked at a landing page and thought to yourself, "WTF does this company do?" Well, you're in luck.
@krishnerkar built an AI tool to help you figure it out!
Click on the image below to visit the website!
AI Ad Engine
Generate new copy from your top-performing ads and products using OpenAI and push them to Facebook or Shopify with a single click.
Layer.ai allows you to create picture-perfect game assets in seconds
Simply upload a few reference images, and within minutes Layer will generate multiple variations in your style
Click on the image below to bring your drawings to life
🔑 Use Case
If you weren't already aware- ChatGPT can write code, explain code logic, find vulnerabilities, and provide examples to help you solve a specific problem.
Curious about how ChatGPT works? Hear it from ChatGPT:
"I'm a type of artificial intelligence called a language model. This means that my main job is to generate text based on the input I receive. To do this, my creators at OpenAI fed me a large amount of text data and used that to train me on how to generate text that makes sense. This training allows me to answer questions, have conversations, and even write code snippets!
When you talk to me, I use a process called "prediction" to generate my response. I take the text you've written and use it to predict what words should come next. I use something called a neural network to make this prediction, which is a type of mathematical model inspired by the way the human brain works.
Essentially, my training has allowed me to learn patterns and relationships in language, which I can use to generate text that is coherent and helpful. And the more I interact with people, the more I learn and improve my ability to generate even better text!"