120 Mind Blowing AI

120 Mind Blowing AI Tools: Artificial Intelligence Trends

There’s a whole lot more to AI advancements than ChatGPT! As this infographic illustrates, there are 120 mind blowing AI tools!

Spread over six categories, this infographic shows that there are a lot of AI solutions out there. I counted:

  • 24 Productivity Tools
  • 18 Video Tools
  • 24 Marketing Tools
  • 12 Chatbots
  • 18 Design Tools, and
  • 27 Writing Tools

That totals 123! Why is it 120 mind blowing AI tools? It looks like ChatGPT is in three categories – Productivity, Chatbot and Writing, and Jasper is in two categories – Chatbot and Writing.

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Here is the infographic again, displayed larger and more clearly:

Of course, this doesn’t count all the tools that use some form of AI as part of their functionality. That would be a very difficult infographic to create, much less read!

I conducted a search online to try to find the original source of the infographic, but it wasn’t clear whether it came from Evolving AI Lab or AI Tool Guru (both show a copy of it on their site) or some other source. So, I’ll give credit to the person whose Twitter post enabled me to discover it – my friend and colleague Tom O’Connor! Thanks for sharing the infographic 120 mind blowing AI tools, Tom!

So, what do you think? Are you surprised there are so many AI apps out there? Do you see any that were missed? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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BTW, I’m on my first real vacation in three years (seriously! – this post was pre-scheduled!) so I may be slow to respond to comments here and on social media. 🙂

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3 comments

  1. Thanks Doug! Your graphic is spreading through our company like wildfire.

    Can we get the list in text? I’d like to ask ChatGpt with webplugin to write me a brief summary of what each tool does. Thanks!

  2. Hi Rik,

    That’s great to hear! Unfortunately, I don’t have a text list – all I have is what you see here as I didn’t create the infographic, just shared it. Your comment does give me an idea to pull something together as a resource of AI tools, so I may pursue that in the next week or so. 🙂

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