AI Resources

Explore our list of the various AI and ML tools that can enhance education, research, and administrative efficiency.

 

We did not include plagiarism detectors, as evidence has shown significant false positives (i.e., incorrectly identifying a fully human-written text as AI-generated) and biases against non-native speakers. See additional information on our Use Policies and Guidance Page


 

ToolPaid or FreeTypeFunctionUser Categories (Admin, Educators, Researchers, Students)
Hugging FaceFree and Paid OptionsAPI PlatformOpen-source community that develops tools and resources to build, deploy, and train machine learning models.Admin, Educators, Researchers, Students
Embracing Artificial Intelligence in the ClassroomFreeArticleGuidance on integrating AI into your curriculum from the Harvard Graduate School of Education , "Generative AI tools can reflect our failure of imagination and that is when the real learning starts."Educators
Power of PromptingFreeArticleThis model demonstrates how prompting strategies alone can vastly improve the performance of LLMs like ChatGPT, particularly in specialized areas like medical challenges. Educators, Researchers, Students
Google BardFreeChatbotA conversational AI tool by Google
Collaborate with Bard to brainstorm ideas, spark creativity, and accelerate productivity.
Admin, Educators, Researchers, Students
Claude 2FreeChatbotSimilar to Chat GPT, Claude uses a messaging interface where users can submit questions or requests and receive highly detailed and relevant responses.Admin, Educators, Researchers, Students
ChatGPT 3.5FreeChatbotTrained on data up to September 2021, trained on 175 billion parameters, primarily a text tool.Admin, Educators, Researchers, Students
ChatGPT 4PaidChatbotTrained until early 2022 on 100 trillion parameters, increased multilingual capacity, more safeguards against harmful responses, ability to understand images. HMS IT is considering options to license the software. Admin, Educators, Researchers, Students
PrivateGPTFreeChatbotAsk questions of your documents without an internet connection, using the power of LLMs.Admin, Educators, Researchers, Students
Adobe FireflyHarvard LicensedImage GeneratorImage CreationAdmin, Educators, Researchers, Students
Otter.aiFree and Paid OptionsMeeting AssistantRecords meeting audio, writes notes, captures slides, and generates summaries. Compatible with Zoom. Admin, Educators, Researchers, Students
Practical Deep Learning for CodersFreeOnline CourseA free course designed for people with some coding experience, who want to learn how to apply deep learning and machine learning to practical problems.Educators, Researchers, Students
LinkedIn Learning through Harvard Training PortalFreeOnline CoursesHarvard offers a number of LinkedIn Learning courses and there are many introductory trainings on Generative AI for HR, Recruiting, Workplace Transformation, Project Management, Business Leaders, etc.Admin, Educators, Researchers, Students
Generative AI @ HarvardFreeOnline ResourceA guide for the Harvard community on what Generative AI resources are available for faculty, students, scholars, researchers, and staff. Admin, Educators, Researchers, Students
Teaching with AI, Blog by OpenAIFreeOnline ResourceA guide for teachers using ChatGPT in their classroom with suggested prompts, an explanation of how ChatGPT works and its limitations, the efficacy of AI detectors, and bias. Educators
Slido - Audience Interaction Made EasyFree and Paid OptionsPresentation Support ToolQ&A and Polling Platform for live and virtual meetings and events. Admin, Educators, Researchers, Students
Microsoft BingFreeSearch EngineMicrosoft search engine powered by OpenAI’s GPT-4 model. You can now chat with Bing, and Bing can summarize data to answer your questions.Admin, Educators, Researchers, Students
A Hackers' Guide to Language Models - YouTubeFreeVideo ResourceJeremy Howard, co-founder of fast.ai and creator of the ULMFiT approach, on which all modern language models (LMs) are based, explores the landscape of LMs. He covers foundational concepts including the mechanism of ChatGPT, the various use cases, and user tips. The video also provides expert guidance on advanced strategies for model testing and optimization, utilizing tools like GPTQ and Hugging Face Transformers.Admin, Educators, Researchers, Students
GenAI Chatbot Prompt Library for EducatorsFreeOnline ResourcePrompt LibraryAdmin, Educators, Students
Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Teaching and LearningFreeUS Department of Education ReportPolicy report and guide for educators.Admin, Educators
University Policies on Generative AIFreePadlet RepositoryList of generative AI policies in higher education.Admin, Educators
Syllabi Policies for AI Generative ToolsFreeGoogle Document RepositoryList of generative AI syllabi policies in higher education.Educators
Chatbot ArenaFreeChatbotAsk any question to two anonymous models (e.g., ChatGPT, Claude, Llama) and vote for the better one.Admin, Educators, Researchers, Students
Generative AI Prompt LiteracyFreeSelf-paced courseLearn to construct prompts that make AI a practical, potent tool for accomplishing your objectives from drafting detailed reports to generating content that can accelerate your education.Admin, Educators, Researchers, Students
There's an AI for ThatFreeAI Platform RepositoryFind the AI tool (free and paid) you need from the categorized list.Admin, Educators, Researchers, Students
A Generative AI PrimerFreeSelf-paced courseAn introduction to generative artificial intelligence technology and its implications on education.Admin, Educators
Harvard Bok Center's Introduction to Generative AIFreeSelf-paced courseHarvard Bok Center's Canvas module for faculty who wish to learn more about ChatGPT and related AI tools.Educators

 


 

The resources and content provided on this page are intended for educational purposes, aiming to facilitate the integration of AI and Machine Learning tools in teaching and learning environments. While we strive to curate high-quality and relevant materials, the field of AI is continually evolving, and the effectiveness of these tools can vary based on numerous factors.

Please note that the inclusion of any resource, tool, or piece of content on this page does not constitute an endorsement by our organization. Educators, students, and other users are encouraged to critically evaluate each resource and consider its applicability to their specific context and needs.

The responsibility for complying with any applicable laws, policies, and ethical guidelines related to the use of AI in education rests with the individual user. We urge users to consult with their institution’s IT and legal departments, as well as any relevant ethical review boards, to ensure that their use of AI tools adheres to all required standards and best practices.

Content and resources linked from this page are subject to the terms and conditions of their respective owners, and any questions or concerns related to a specific resource should be directed to the original provider.