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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:

D-ID is a chat bot that allows you to talk with it about a variety of topics through audio or text. I’m adding it to The Best Online “Chatbots” For Practicing English.

Scribble Diffusion lets you draw an image, and then AI completes it with the help of your text prompt. I’m adding it to The Best Art Websites For Learning English.

Grammar GPT helps you with…grammar.

MiniStudio will turn a scanned drawing into an AI-fueled image.

Practice Interview lets you choose the job you want, and then uses an AI-generated chatbot to ask you interview questions that you can answer.  I’m adding it to The Best Websites For Students Exploring Jobs and Careers.

The Auto Classmate Activation and Engagement Activity Generator looks like it could be helpful to teachers.  There are also other potentially useful tools at the same site.

You can now sign-up on a wait list for Google’s version of ChatGPT – Bard.

ChatMind will use AI to respond to your questions by producing mind maps.

PDFGPT joins many previously listed tools that let you upload a PDF, and then uses that info to create a chatbot.

JetVise will use AI to generate a cover letter.

Tell SlidesGPT the topic, and it will create a slideshow about it.  Here’s a presentation it created to the prompt, “What the best teaching practices for English Language Learners?”  The info is good, though the slide design is awful.