Emerging AI

Artificial Intelligence (AI) Tech

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The rise of AI technology is both exciting and transformative.
on a journey to better understand and responsibly harness its potential. As
we learn and grow, we aim to keep this page updated with our findings about various AI tools and technologies. 

We encourage you to join us in this exploration, share your thoughts and tips, and stay informed. 

AI introduction

AI, or Artificial Intelligence, refers to the development and implementation of computer systems that possess the ability to perform tasks that typically require human intelligence. These tasks can include problem-solving, learning, reasoning, perception, and language understanding. AI systems are designed to analyze large amounts of data, recognize patterns, and make autonomous decisions or provide intelligent outputs. They can range from simple rule-based systems to complex machine learning models.
(OpenAI, 2023)

These are examples of conversational, generative artificial intelligence chatbots developed by OpenAI, Microsoft, and Google. Some of the key capabilities of these chatbots include answering general knowledge questions, summarizing complex information, generating content, and explaining concepts in simple terms. While they lack deeper reasoning abilities, AI chatbots’ strengths lie in their conversational nature and ability to produce coherent and readable content. This content shouldn’t be relied on too heavily, as AI is known to generate biased, incorrect, or nonsensical content.

(Anthropic, 2023)


As we explore the potential of open-source AI tools, it’s important to exercise caution and safeguard both personal information and proprietary data. Remember that the data you input into these tools could be accessible to others. Prioritize the protection of sensitive information to ensure the security of both individuals and our institution’s valuable resources. When using these tools remember to remove information such as names, or business-specific information.

For more information, please see the Lethbridge College’s Academic Integrity and AI information page found in The Owl.

Please also check out the Artificial Intelligence module in Lethbridge College’s Academic Integrity course. This course covers topics such as addressing AI inaccuracy and bias, copyright concerns, and even includes sample syllabus statements.
To self-enroll click here.

Lethbridge College cannot be held responsible for any damages or consequences that may arise from your use of our AI software listings. By engaging with our platform, you accept full responsibility for any outcomes and agree to indemnify our organization against any claims or liabilities that may occur.

Common AI tools

Text generation

Bing is Microsoft’s AI powered chatbot that is accessed through a button on their Edge web browser. Lethbridge College has access to Bing Chat Enterprise, which has commercial data protection. 

ChatGPT is a massively popular open-source AI that has both free and paid versions and is used through a website. 

Image generation

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Presentation, documents, & website creation

Gamma is an AItool that generates editable presentations, documents, and webpages based on a user’s text input. This tool initially gives users free credits for creating content, but more credits can be purchased after these run out. 

Audio generation

Murf is an AI voice generator that can create a custom voiceovers for your text. This tool has both a free and paid subscription service.