Artificial Intelligence

Our Picks: Top 5 AI-Based Tools

AI-driven software

No matter what you do or where you work, you need to be productive to achieve success in today's fast-paced, competitive world. Fortunately, artificial intelligence (AI) has opened the door to many innovative tools that allow users to get more work done in less time. Here are five popular AI-powered tools that can help you become more efficient in your day-to-day tasks.

1. Dart

Dart is project management on autopilot. By using newer AI models like GPT-4, Dart can help you draft tasks, fill out properties, and even break up larger tasks into subtasks. Dart also comes complete with all the standard features of a task and project management tool like handy integrations, excellent keyboard controls, and alternative views. Try Dart today by clicking here to sign up.

2. ChatGPT

ChatGPT is an AI chatbot created by OpenAI (a software firm based in San Francisco, US). Thanks to its ability to generate meaningful, human-like text, this powerful tool can be used to create various types of content, including emails, articles, blog posts, emails, and ad copies. You can also use it to do research, translate, summarize long documents, analyze vast amounts of data, and even write and debug programming code. With the recent integration of GPT-4 (an advanced natural language processing model), ChatGPT has recently become more adept at performing complex tasks.

3. Grammarly

More than 30 million people use Grammarly every day to improve the quality of their writing. This content editing tool uses the power of AI to help you catch spelling, grammar, and punctuation mistakes and provide corrections. It also offers suggestions to enhance your writing style, word choice, and sentence structure. Grammarly is available as a stand-alone computer application, but you can also add it as a plug-in to writing programs like Microsoft Word and Google Docs.

4. Slack

Slack is another popular AI-infused app that can increase your productivity. This well-known collaboration tool enables team members to interact and coordinate work between themselves in real-time. It can be used for various purposes, including sending instant messages and sharing files and other important information. Users can create dedicated spaces known as channels, where members can connect and work on different group tasks. Slack’s AI can help users to refine their messages or draft new ones. You can even bounce questions off of a handy AI assistant, or summarize a list of unread messages. You can also integrate Slack with powerful task management apps like Dart to streamline your workflow.

5. Magic Studio

Another space that’s ripe for disruption using newer AI models is art. Many people are creating images, videos, or other forms of visual media using AI, and entire communities of artists using AI have cropped up in recent months. Magic Studio takes a professional twist on this new paradigm, letting users design high-quality assets quickly. It can be used for product photos, profile pictures, or other images.

Zack Swafford
Co-Founder - Dart
As the first engineer at Plenty I laid the groundwork for our full stack application suite, data pipeline, and ML and CV processes that bridged the gaps between software systems, data, and users. We saw really quick and fun growth at the company and I hired most of the engineers on the team, building and managing an org of dozens of engineers, product managers, and others. Now I'm helping to build Dart! Email me at to talk about the future of AI in the productivity space!