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At least, for now, I’m going to make this a weekly feature which will highlight additions to THE BEST NEW – & FREE – ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TOOLS THAT COULD BE USED IN THE CLASSROOM.

Here are the latest:

Kaiber is one of the first tools that uses AI to help you create a video – tell it what you want it to look like and it supposedly makes it so.  They have a reasonable free option.

Elicit uses AI to help make research easier.  I’m adding it to The Best Tools For Academic Research.

Curipod uses AI to create interactive lessons.  They seem pretty generic, though.  Perhaps a beginning teacher might find it useful for a starting place.  I wouldn’t add it, though, to The Best Places On The Web To Write Lesson Plans — Who Have I Missed? or to The Best Places To Find Free (And Good) Lesson Plans On The Internet.

As ChatGPT hype hits fever pitch, Neeva launches its generative AI search engine internationally is from TechCrunch.

Lumen5 – Quickly Turn Your Writing Into Videos is from Richard Byrne. I’m adding it to A POTPOURRI OF THE BEST & MOST USEFUL VIDEO SITES.

Prompt Hunt looks like a good place to use AI to create images.  I’m adding it to THE BEST RESOURCES FOR TEACHING & LEARNING WITH AI ART GENERATION TOOLS.

Choppity is supposed to use AI to turn your videos into better ones for TikTok. It’s probably not useful for the classroom, but could be helpful for teacher-created ed videos.

Storynaut is an app that uses AI to create stories once you input personalized preferences.  I’m adding it to THE BEST ONLINE TOOLS USING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE FOR CREATING STORIES FOR CHILDREN.  Not sure about how good their free options are, though.