Short-Term AI #5: By the end of June 2023, will there be a usable AI assistant that interfaces with keyboard and mouse?
48%
chance
  • It does not need to only use keyboard and mouse, but that should be a substantial part of its interaction

  • Not necessarily a physical keyboard and mouse.

  • Usable: at least some people prefer having it to not having it

  • Should not be restricted to any particular program (e.g. only usable in the browser)

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osmarksbought Ṁ50 of YES
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Vincent Luczkow

@osmarks ACT does not currently resolve this, although future more general versions might

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Lbought Ṁ10 of YES

@vluzko why not? I feel pretty confident that any limitation you see will be gone by then, but I'm curious what those limitations are

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Vincent Luczkow

@L It's browser only (it also hasn't been released yet so unclear if it hits the "usefulness" threshold even for the browser but it seems likely that it will).

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Дмитрий Зеленский

@vluzko If you intend to exclude AIs with a browser wrapper (why?), this should be explicitly listed in the resolution criteria. Browsers do normally interact with keyboard and mouse (or their non-physical equivalents).

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Jon Simonis predicting NO at 58%

@b575 I think they want something that isn't restricted to the browser. That can interact on a freeform way with the entire desktop environment.

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osmarksis predicting YES at 58%

You can run desktop environments in browsers nowadays, although perhaps not ones which a tool based on DOM manipulation can use.

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Vincent Luczkow

@b575 Restricted to the browser disqualifies it

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Manifold in the WildBot

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