Welcome to Full Stack AI, where we stack up the latest and greatest news in the world of artificial intelligence.
Our pancakes may be fluffy and delicious, but our coverage of AI is even more stacked. We’ll keep you up-to-date on all the cutting-edge developments in the field, from machine learning to natural language processing.
So grab a syrup bottle and dig in – it’s time to dive into the stack!
🥞 Today’s Stack
- New and must-have AI tools.
- Zuck Vs Musk. Who you got?
- Twitter account of the week.
- AI generated images of the week.
- Generate beautiful and artistic working QR codes.
- AI turns WiFi routers into cameras that can see through walls.
🤖 New and must-have AI tools
Each week, we highlight new, must-have, and underrated AI tools to help you increase your productivity and add value to the market.
Build your AI stack with these tools:
- Buzzy – Turn your idea into a high quality mobile app
- HypeGenius – Create and Publish Newsletters with AI
- Machine Translation – Analyze, compare, and recommend the best machine translation
- Mava – AI-first customer support platform for community-driven companies.
- Candide – Where your kid learns AI the fun way
🥊 Zuck Vs Musk. Who you got?
@neets_ai has created this masterpiece: a pre-fight press conference between Elon and Zuck.
Viewer discretion is advised; please refrain from clicking if easily offended.
📲 Twitter account of the week
Each week, we highlight a community member who we believe is a must-follow and will bring value to your feed.
Ralph Lentjes (@ralphlentjes) is an AI Educator, a Generative Prompt Artist and a Prompt Researcher.
His feed is filled with prompts and examples to learn and improve your prompt game.
Let’s show him some love.
🌄 AI generated images of the week
Single line sketch art by Umesh (@umesh_ai)
single line sketch art of busy street in London --ar 16:9 --s 250 --style raw
Single line sketch art of a grand piano in an elegant, dimly lit concert hall, with intricate details capturing the instrument's curves, keys, and pedals in stunning symmetry. --ar 16:9 --style raw
💻 Generate beautiful and artistic working QR codes
Mark Gadala-Maria (@markgadala) shows us how to generate beautiful and artistic working QR codes from existing images or by text prompts.
Perfect for marketing campaigns.
📡 AI turns WiFi routers into cameras that can see through walls
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have repurposed a common piece of tech found in virtually every household into a tracking technology.
They used radio signals from WiFi routers to detect and track the three-dimensional shape and movements of human bodies in a room.
They didn’t have to use any cameras or expensive LiDAR hardware.
Spooky? A little.
That’s a wrap for this week’s newsletter. Thank you for reading, and please don’t forget to share it with the rest of the AI community.
As always, we appreciate your feedback on how we can make future editions even better.
Until next week, let’s connect on Twitter and keep the conversation going.