Some more AI sites to check out:


  • Krisp (AI): Removes all background noise and voices from your calls and online meetings. Calm, ladies and gentlemen. It can do anything.


  • Beatoven (AI): Create your own (royalty-free) music that substantiates and elevates your narrative.


  • Cleanvoice (AI): Post-produce your podcast.


  • Stockimg (AI): Need a stock photo? Then you can create your very own of 0.5 here.


  • Copy (AI): Gives you AI generated copy which increases conversions. Bye-bye for blank pages...


  • Ocoya (AI): Create and schedule SoMe content 10x faster. Yes. You heard me.


  • Puzzle (AI): Build an AI-powered knowledge bank for your team and (customers).

  • There are a few websites and programs that you can use to check if an AI tool was used to generate text or complete an assignment. Here is a list of a few of them:


  • Turnitin: This is a plagiarism detection software that compares student's work with a database of web pages, student papers, and other sources to identify potential plagiarism.


  • Grammarly: This is a grammar and plagiarism checker that can help identify if the student's work is original and written by the student.


  • Copyscape: This is a plagiarism detection software that can help identify if the student's work has been copied from other sources.


  • JPlag: This is a plagiarism detection software that can detect plagiarism in various programming languages.


  • WriteCheck: This is a plagiarism detection software that checks the student's work against a database of web pages, student papers, and other sources to identify potential plagiarism.