AI platforms are cloud-based or on-premise services that provide various options for hosting, managing, and deploying your AI models and applications. AI platforms can help AI developers, researchers, and practitioners to access, integrate, and utilize various AI tools, libraries, frameworks, and features with ease and efficiency. AI platforms can also help AI users and consumers to access, interact, and benefit from AI solutions and services with convenience and confidence. AI platforms can vary in terms of their scope, functionality, design, and popularity. Some AI platforms are general-purpose and can support a wide range of AI tasks and domains, such as machine learning, deep learning, natural language processing, computer vision, speech recognition, etc. Some AI platforms are specialized and can focus on a specific AI task or domain, such as natural language generation, image processing, reinforcement learning, etc. Some AI platforms are open-source and can be freely used, modified, and distributed by anyone. Some AI platforms are proprietary and can be owned, controlled, and licensed by a specific entity.