AI-Flow vs Artisans List

AI-Flow

AI-Flow
AI-Flow

Connect multiple AI models easily.

AI-FLOW is an innovative open-source platform designed to simplify how creators and innovators harness the power of artificial intelligence. With its user-friendly drag-and-drop interface, AI-FLOW enables you to effortlessly connect and combine leading AI models, crafting custom AI tools tailored to your unique needs.

Key Features:
1. Diverse AI Model Integration: Gain access to a suite of top-tier AI models, including GPT-4, DALL-E 3, Stable Diffusion, Mistral, LLaMA, and more—all in one convenient location.
2. Drag-and-Drop Interface: Build complex AI workflows with ease—no coding required—thanks to our intuitive design.
3. Custom AI Tool Creation: Design bespoke AI solutions quickly, from image generation to language processing.
4. Local Data Storage: Maintain full control over your data with options for local storage and the ability to export as JSON files.

AI-FLOW is a versatile platform that empowers you to construct tailor-made solutions for a wide range of applications. Whether you're streamlining social media content creation, summarizing YouTube videos, upscaling AI-generated images, or converting text descriptions into video clips, AI-FLOW provides the tools you need to innovate and excel.

Location: Anitbes, France

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Artisans List

Artisans List
Artisans List

An online directory for traditional home restoration, craftsmanship, and farm-to-table sources

Artisans List was born from an 'AHA!' moment at the Brimfield Antiques Market in Massachusetts. It all started when co-founder, Cindy Bogart, a former Better Homes & Gardens editor, noticed that a lot of the vendors didn't have websites. Passionate about vintage antiques and lifestyles she started to notice that other traditional trades, artisans, home restoration professionals and farmers had the same issue. It was clear. They were too busy engaging in their crafts and professions to spend time on a website or social media.
That started the idea of developing a niche directory to help these small businesses get an online presence. It had to be really simple for the business owner - a set-it and forget-it model where they could successfully connect with the growing number of people who were shopping fresh and local, ship-lapping their walls and reusing salvaged materials in their homes. After all, these folks were busy and could use some help finding great sources. It was a win-win for everyone.
As the idea started to take shape, Cindy met Mary Gervais, who was head of Rhode Island's SBA supported Women's Business Center. Mary, a former business owner herself, loves helping folks realize their dream of owning and growing their own businesses. A true connection was made and the creative soul of Cindy and the business acumen of Mary created the ideal partnership. Their first office was at a fireside table at Felicia's Coffee Shop in East Greenwich, Rhode Island, where they set out to bring the 'artisan' minded community together in one place online. Their vision: A vetted resource directory that would include an online community where people could connect, share and learn. Their mission: To help people reuse the methods, materials and values from the past.

Location: Portsmouth, United States

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