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9 recommended free tools that will speed up your work 10x:
- Photo Editor AI – A free photo editor that will remove unwanted text, character, object, or any imperfections from your photos.
- Research Rabbit – One of the best free AI tools for finding relevant articles. It helps you browse through texts and shows you how articles are linked by topics, keywords, authors, or citations. It also helps with finding new sources.
- Scite – Helps you assess the credibility and impact of any article. The tool will show you whether the thesis contained in the article is supported, has been denied, or whether the text has been mentioned on the web with relevant excerpts and links.
- Quizify – A free tool that helps you create quizzes based on your study materials. All you need to do is enter any course or lesson topic, and Quizify will generate quizzes with multiple-choice questions. It turns learning into fun.
- GFPGAN – One of the best free image restoration and enhancement tools. It can quickly upscale a photo and improve its quality, especially the face. The best part is that you don’t need to create an account. All you need to do is upload an image and choose the scaling factor, and you will get the result in seconds.
- Canva – I’ve touched upon this one a few times before, but today I recommend checking out its AI tools for generating content. All you need to do is enter a topic, keywords, or industry, and the tool will generate content. By the way, you can use all the free templates available on the site.
- Elicit – A free tool for finding and mapping literature. Elicit helps you find the most relevant articles for your topic. You can ask about causes, effects, comparisons, or trends in the topic you’re studying, and the tool will provide answers based on academic research, along with summaries of the most important articles and citations.
- Socratic by Google – A free tool for high school and college students. The tool supports the fields of science, mathematics, literature, social studies, and other high school topics.
- TTS Maker – A text-to-audio tool. Free, of course. Users can choose from over 200 voices and download or listen to the voice file online.
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