AI Website Builder

As of last update in January 2022, there are several AI-powered website builders available that can help you create websites with minimal manual effort. Keep in mind that the landscape of technology may have evolved, and new platforms may have emerged since then. Here are a few AI website builders that were notable at the time.

Wix ADI (Artificial Design Intelligence)

Wix is a popular website builder that incorporates an AI-based tool called Wix ADI. It asks you a series of questions about your preferences and then generates a website design based on your responses.


Weebly, now a part of Square, offers a user-friendly website builder with an integrated AI-powered tool that helps you create websites by suggesting design elements and layouts based on your preferences.


Bookmark is an AI website builder that claims to create a website in under two minutes. It uses AI to design and populate websites with content based on your industry and preferences.

The Grid

The Grid was designed to be an AI-driven website builder that automatically adjusts layouts and designs based on the content you provide. It aims to provide a dynamic and responsive website.


Weld is a web design tool that uses AI to automate aspects of the design process. It focuses on creating visually appealing and responsive designs.


Firedrop is an AI-driven website builder that uses a virtual assistant named Sacha to guide you through the website creation process. It aims to make website building more conversational and interactive.


Zyro is a website builder that incorporates AI to assist with various aspects of website creation, including design suggestions, content creation, and more.

When choosing an AI website builder, consider factors such as ease of use, customization options, scalability, and the specific features that align with your website goals. Additionally, check for any updates or new entrants in the field, as the technology landscape is dynamic, and new tools may have been introduced since my last update.

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