We are seeing the power of AI in almost every industry from Automobiles to Health Care and everything in between. In the last few years, the use of AI is increasing and it amazes us to see how efficiently Artificial Intelligence works. Recently I discover some developers integrating AI and Machine learning with Chrome extensions.
I decided to give them a shot, and to my surprise, it works like a charm. BTW all these extensions are available on Chome Web Store and free to install.
So let’s get into the list of 3 chrome extensions powered by AI.
Texti is a free chrome extension powered by AI. According to the developer, it is developed on Nestjs and it interacts with Open.ai’s GPT3 DaVinci algorithm. The possibility of this extension is limitless. In simple words, it feels like Amazon Alexa/Google Assistant.
I wanted to update you on the latest developments with our pending projects.
As you know, we have been working hard to get everything completed as soon as possible.
I am happy to report that we have made significant progress and are now ahead of schedule.
We should be able to finish everything up within the next few weeks.
Thanks for your patience and support during this process.
1. They would rather sit around and do nothing than get up and be productive.
2. They would rather watch TV or play video games than go outside and be active.
3. They would rather eat unhealthy food than cook a healthy meal.
4. They would rather drink beer than water.
5. They would rather sleep in than get up early.
6. They would rather stay up late than go to bed early.
7. They would rather lounge around in their pajamas all day than getting dressed and go out.
8. They would rather spend their money on things they want rather than save them.
9. They would rather have someone else do things for them than do them themselves.
10. They would rather complain about things than try to fix them.
These are two experiments I did while writing this post. I recommend you test it yourself and share the results in the comments.
2. Work Tuxedo
Work Tuxedo is another chrome extension powered by AI.
It was developed specifically to generate replies for tweets but currently works on all social media including Reddit. The main moto is to engage with tweets to grow your Twitter account and get attention in the world of Twitter.
You can just highlight the text of the post and WT will generate a few reply ideas which you copy with a single click. It also has the option to generate image reply as well.
Work Tuxedo offers 100 free credits to try the extension. You can upgrade by $29 per month. It is quite an expensive and low-demand product in my opinion. Tell me in the comments your opinion regarding this extension.
3. TLDR This
TLDR This extension is one of my favorite chrome extensions. Most of the articles on the internet are not to the point, filled with fluff to optimize for SEO. By using this extension I can quickly read and understand the post without going through 10 paragraphs. This extension is free to use with some limitations.
You can upgrade by paying $4 per month. It’s really worth paying if you are reading a lot for your work or studies.
NY Times and other sites which are behind the paywall block this extension from scanning the content of the page however many premium blogs allow TLDR extension. I use this to read articles from Washintonpost.
There are a lot more chrome extensions under development that uses AI. You can find them here.
Read: Top 10 Recently Published Open-Source Code Worth Adding to Your Future Ideas List
How do Chrome Extensions work?
Chrome extensions are small programs that can modify and enhance the functionality of the Google Chrome web browser. Extensions can add a variety of features to the browser, including adding new toolbars, integrating the browser with external applications, and adding new features to the browser.
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