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AI development with ReactJS overview for non developers

What are we going to talk about?

Artificial intelligence (AI) has arrived, and it’s already brought on outstanding improvements to our daily lives. Its uses are far-reaching, and are seen in almost, if not every, industry. When it comes to development, the popular JavaScript library, including React, has shown considerable flexibility. This encompasses everything from blogs and social networks to e-commerce and cross-platform mobile apps.

So, what can these two achieve when combined?

1. Introduction to AI and React

AI and React can be used together to build powerful and interactive web applications. For example, a React application can use AI to classify images, translate text, or provide personalized recommendations. By leveraging the capabilities of AI and the flexibility of React, developers can create innovative and intuitive web experiences for users.

2-Developing an AI-powered React component

Image Classify Component

import React, { useState } from 'react';
import * as tf from '@tensorflow/tfjs';

const ImageClassifier = () => {
const [classificationResults, setClassificationResults] = useState([]);

const classifyImage = async () => {
// Load the model
const model = await tf.loadLayersModel('model.json');

// Classify the image
const predictions = await model.predict(image);

return (
<button onClick={classifyImage}>Classify Image</button>
{, index) => (
<li key={index}>{result.className}: {result.probability}</li>

export default ImageClassifier;

To classify an image, the method in this example uses TensorFlow.js to load the layers model and predict functions to classify an image using a pre-trained model. The classification results are stored in the component’s state and displayed in a list. When you click the "Classify Image" button, the classify image method is run, and the results of the classification are updated.

Implementing AI functionality in a React application can be a fun and exciting way to bring your project to the next level. With libraries like TensorFlow.js and Brain.js, it’s easy to get started with incorporating AI into your React application.

AI is challenging, so it may take a while to get your model working in general. With the right tools and determination, you can develop AI-powered React features like:

And many more.

Chatbot component with brain.js

import React, { useState } from 'react';
import brain from 'brain.js';

const Chatbot = () => {
const [input, setInput] = useState('');
const [output, setOutput] = useState('');

const handleChange = (event) => {

const handleSubmit = (event) => {
// Train the chatbot
const chatbot = new brain.recurrent.LSTM();
{ input: 'hi', output: 'hello' },
{ input: 'how are you', output: 'I am doing well, thanks for asking!' },
{ input: 'what is your name', output: 'My name is Chatbot.' },
// Add more training data here
// Use the chatbot to generate a response
const response =;

return (
<form onSubmit={handleSubmit}>
<input type="text" value={input} onChange={handleChange} />
<input type="submit" value="Submit" />

export default Chatbot;

This part gives the user a form to fill out and a text for the chatbot to say in response. After the user sends in the form, the chatbot learns from sample data and responds. Is trained using some sample data and then generates a response based on the user’s input.

In conclusion, using AI and ReactJS together could change the way we build and use intelligent applications. Using the power of ReactJS to build user interfaces and the power of AI to add advanced functionality, developers can make really innovative and useful solutions. Whether you’re a developer or a professional who isn’t technical, it’s important to know what role ReactJS plays in the development of AI apps and what the future holds for it. As AI continues to grow and change, we can expect to see even more interesting things happen where these two technologies meet.



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