The Future of AI Tools: What to Expect in 2023 and Beyond


AI tools: if there is one trend that has predominantly defined the technology scene in 2023, it is generative artificial intelligence: tools such as Dall-E or ChatGPT that can generate images, text, code strings or videos from verbal instructions. Creative AI was certainly not invented this year, but in recent months it has become popular with the general public. We have all had our social network feeds clogged for weeks with illustrations made with Dall-E or Midjourneye, more recently with screenshots of conversations with ChatGPT. Generative models have become so popular that there is talk of a veritable gold rush among Silicon Valley investors. We summarise here some of the creative tools based on artificial intelligence that we did not know about a year ago.

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Meta launched Make-a-Video in September this year. This tool transforms text prompts into videos and publicly demonstrated it on Twitter. Although the tool is not yet accessible to the public, you can view some examples in this thread.

Diffusione stabile

Another tool for generating images is Stable Diffusion. Developed by the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich in cooperation with other partners, it was publicly launched in August 2022. The source code is available in an open-source version.


We conclude the series of image creation tools with Midjourney, released by the independent research laboratory of the same name, and made available to the public in a beta version in July 2022. To create images with this tool, you need to subscribe to a Discord server, from which you can type in instructions to obtain the final result. Midjourney founder David Holz said the company is already generating profits.


Introduced by OpenAi in September 2022, Whisper is a tool for speech recognition and text transcription in numerous languages. It can also automatically translate English texts, recognize various accents, and detect background noise. The code and instructions for use can be found on GitHub.


OpenAI developed ChatGPT, a conversational model, which can have complex conversations, provide information, and write texts using natural language. It launched in November 2022 and in January, OpenAI released InstructGPT, an earlier, less advanced model.


Shortly before Christmas, OpenAI released its latest tool: Point-E, an artificial intelligence capable of creating three-dimensional images. Again, the code was released in an open-source version.


Large technology companies are no strangers to the wave of popularity of generative AI. In September this year, Meta launched Make-a-Video, a tool that can turn text prompts into video, which it demonstrated publicly on Twitter. The tool is not yet publicly available, but some examples can be viewed in this thread

GitHub Copilot

The generative artificial intelligence model has great potential. It not only generates images, text and videos, but also strings of code. GitHub Copilot, a tool created in 2021 and made available to developers in June 2023, acts as an assistant for software developers. It helps to write, improve and correct code, significantly reducing the hours spent on a project. Developers can try GitHub Copilot free of charge for sixty days. After that, the monthly cost is about ten dollars.


In conclusion, the future of AI looks bright and the potential applications are endless. From chatbots and image analysis to industrial robots and automated translation systems, AI is set to transform many industries in the coming years. It will be interesting to see how these new AI tools will change the way we live and work and how they will shape the economy in the future.