The use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools has become increasingly popular in recent years, with a variety of applications across many industries. From video editing to academic research, AI tools are being used to streamline processes and make tasks easier and more efficient. Here is a look at some of the latest news on AI tools.
Cointelegraph recently reported on five AI tools for video editing, including Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe After Effects, and Adobe Audition. These tools allow users to quickly and easily edit videos, with features like automatic color correction and audio mixing. These tools allow users to quickly create videos with features like automatic scene detection and video stabilization.
The best AI tools to power academic research have been highlighted by Euronews. These tools include Google Scholar, Microsoft Academic, and Wolfram Alpha. These tools allow researchers to quickly search for relevant information and to analyze data more efficiently.
MarketWatch reported on the success of Meitu, a Chinese technology company, after the launch of their AI tools. These tools allow users to easily edit photos and videos, with features like automatic background removal and facial recognition. Hackernoon.com recently reported on Supercharge Your Creative Potential and Write Like a Pro With AI tools. These tools allow users to quickly create content with features like automatic grammar and spelling correction.
Yahoo Finance reported on Banyan Security, a company that is working to keep corporate secrets out of AI tools and ChatGPT. MIT Sloan Management Review recently reported on Building Robust RAI Programs as Third-Party AI Tools Proliferate. These tools allow companies to create robust AI programs to help automate processes and improve efficiency.
XR Today reported on Meta's debut of generative AI tools. These tools allow users to quickly create 3D models and virtual environments. Dice Insights recently reported on whether developers want to use AI tools. These tools allow developers to quickly create applications and automate processes.
StateScoop recently reported on how state tech officials are preparing for the restrained use of new AI tools. Newswire reported on Remo, a virtual event platform, offering free AI tools to supercharge events. These tools allow users to quickly create virtual events with features like automatic scheduling and video streaming.
UrbanMatter recently reported on how AI tools help digital marketers succeed. These tools allow marketers to quickly create content and analyze data with features like automatic keyword optimization and sentiment analysis. Mondaq News Alerts recently reported on how AI tools are revolutionizing the legal profession. These tools allow attorneys to quickly analyze data and automate processes.
Zee News recently reported on Google Online Shopping getting new AI tools to become more immersive and user friendly. These tools allow users to quickly search for products and analyze data with features like automatic product recommendations and price comparison. CityLife recently reported on Recast.ai, an AI tool that allows users to quickly create conversational applications.
The CityLife also recently reported on the future of gaming and how AI tools are creating immersive experiences. These tools allow gamers to quickly create virtual worlds and automate processes. The Conversation recently reported on how AI is already being used in healthcare, but not all of it is “medical grade”. These tools allow healthcare professionals to quickly analyze data and automate processes.
Overall, AI tools are becoming increasingly popular and are being used in a variety of industries. From video editing to academic research, AI tools are being used to streamline processes and make tasks easier and more efficient.