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Best AI Tools For Students

 Best AI Tools for Students

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has witnessed remarkable progress, sparking its integration into diverse sectors, among them, education. This integration is reshaping the conventional classroom, infusing it with greater interactivity and immersion. In this age of technological evolution, AI’s impact on education extends beyond mere entertainment value; it is fundamentally altering how students engage with learning materials

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Perplexity: Sonar 8x7B Online

Perplexity: Sonar 8x7B Online is a large language model (LLM) developed by Perplexity AI, which provides real-time access to the internet and up-to-date information. This online LLM aims to overcome key limitations of many existing LLMs, such as the inability to provide up-to-date information and a tendency to hallucinate inaccurate facts. They can be accessed

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Mistral: Mixtral 8x7B

Mistral: Mixtral 8x7B is a large language model (LLM) developed by Mistral AI. According to the creators, Mixtral 8x7B outperforms other well-known LLMs such as Llama 2 70B and GPT-3.5 in several benchmarks, making it one of the most powerful open-source models available. Mixtral 8x7B has been praised for its cost-effectiveness and creative text formats

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Open AI GPT-4 Turbo 128k

Open AI GPT-4 Turbo 128k is a large language model (LLM) developed by OpenAI. This model is an evolved version of GPT-4 and GPT-3.5 Turbo 16k, which is one of the most recognized LLMs in the world. Its enhanced processing capability of around 300 pages, increased context window of 128k context, updated knowledge compared to

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Anthropic: Claude v2.1

Anthropic Claude v2.1 is a large language model (LLM) developed by Anthropic, specialized in handling complex multi-step instructions over large amounts of content. Claude v2.1 is based on Anthropic’s own Constitutional AI research and does not use any existing open-source natural language processing (NLP) models directly as its base. However, Claude builds on the recent

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