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:
Superchat’s new AI chatbot lets you message historical and fictional characters via ChatGPT is from TechCrunch.
Hyperwrite’s Personal Assistant looks like it might be worth a look as an aide to writing. You have to get on its waiting list, though. However, until it’s released, their HyperWrite Google Extension might be worth a look. You can both get on the waiting list and download the extension here.
GPT-4 AI Movie Plot Twister is interesting. Type in the name of any movie, and it will provide you a variety of different “plot twists.” I’m thinking that it could be useful to show one of its examples as a model, and then challenge students to come up with their own – maybe an ELL activity?
ChatGPT on 2-Dimensional Map does what it’s name says it does – it gives answers to your prompt in sort of a “mind-map” that turns into a Prezi-like presentation. Here’s a screenshot (not interactive) of what it gave me after I asked it to list the most effective ELL teaching strategies. The answers are the same ChatGPT would give you anywhere, but the display is obviously different and, if you clicked on the boxes at the app, they would each become screensize:
It was free to create this one, though I’m sure it’s a freemium site.
Speaking of mind maps, Cool Mind Maps uses AI to create them on any topic you want, and it’s completely free. Just type in the topic and it’s there! I’m adding it to Not “The Best,” But “A List” Of Mindmapping, Flow Chart Tools, & Graphic Organizers.