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Anthropic Claude

Claude is your friendly and versatile AI language model that can assist you as a company representative, research assistant, creative partner, or task automator.

Claude is Safe, Clever, and Yours. Built with safety at its core and with industry leading security practices, Claude can be customized to handle complex multi-step instructions and help you achieve your tasks.

You can easily use Claude for your app, and all necessary APIs, boilerplates, tutorials explaining how to do so and more, you can find on our Claude tech page.

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AI Guardian

AI Guardian

In today's digital age, online toxicity and harmful content are pressing issues that erode the quality of online interactions. AI Guardian, a revolutionary application leveraging StableCode's real-time content analysis capabilities, is designed to transform the online experience. It acts as a vigilant guardian, constantly scanning digital content for toxic language, hate speech, cyberbullying, and other harmful elements. AI Guardian goes beyond mere detection; it identifies ethical concerns in digital discourse. By analyzing text, comments, and posts in real-time, it offers users valuable ethical insights, helping them become more aware of the ethical implications of their online interactions. What sets AI Guardian apart is its commitment to empowering users. With customizable filters, users can tailor their ethical preferences, deciding what kind of content aligns with their values. Content warnings act as signposts, alerting users to potentially harmful material and providing them with the choice to proceed or avoid such content, thus granting them control over their online experience. But AI Guardian doesn't stop at detection and warning; it's also an educational resource. It offers a wealth of information and tips on responsible online behavior, enabling users to navigate the digital world ethically and safely. It aims to foster not only a safer online environment but also a more responsible and respectful digital culture. In a world where digital wellbeing is increasingly important, AI Guardian steps in as an indispensable tool. It prioritizes user data privacy, ensuring that content analysis is conducted while respecting privacy rights and regulations. It empowers users to make informed and ethical choices, promoting digital wellbeing in an age where it is needed more than ever.



Today, I am thrilled to introduce you to StreetSmart - a groundbreaking web application designed to teach individuals who are visually impaired pedestrian safety, orientation, and mobility skills through an engaging and interactive game. To develop this application, I utilized some incredible tools. ElevenLabs played a crucial role in reading out trivia questions and notifying the user about successful street crossings. I also used Claude 2 to write the Python code that powers the app. And finally, Streamlit was used to build the interface. StreetSmart offers a range of functionalities to enhance the learning experience for visually impaired users: • Simulates Street Crossing: Through this app, when users click on the Cross Street button, they can virtually practice street crossing in a safe environment. ElevenLabs will provide feedback, notifying users if they have successfully crossed the street. • Orientation & Mobility Trivia: When users click on the Answer Question button, the app presents trivia questions related to orientation and mobility. Users can test their knowledge and receive immediate feedback from ElevenLabs on the answers they select. • Points System: To keep users motivated, StreetSmart rewards them with points for both successful street crossings and correct trivia answers. It's a fun and educational way to track progress! • Users can also select the text to speech voice they want to use. The idea for StreetSmart was born during the Covid 19 pandemic when many of us were stuck at home due to shelter-in-place orders. As a result, I couldn't go outside with my orientation and mobility specialist to practice pedestrian safety on real streets. That's when it struck me - why not create an app that teaches orientation and mobility theory using trivia questions and simulates street crossing?