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From Chat bots to Chat co writers

As machine learning technology rapidly improves in it's ability to explore the world visually, linguistically and sonically much like we do we will move from the current era of leveraging low context interpretation of our words to get things we want done completed to having full on conversations with our AI.

As it regards communication ...when we engage in social media with other humans we will have the aid of our AI providing guidance in real time...telling us what we've typed is not true or providing suggestions for new information based on searches of the web for context relevant information.

Imagine having a chat conversation or a forum conversation and having your AI indicate that you got a fact wrong and that you should correct it ...imagine it finding the flaws in the statements of those you are communicating with...allowing you to correct them.

The need to disengage the conversation in order to go research the minutia of the content will go away as our guide AI does that for us in real time. Human to Human conversations will really end up being Human + AI to Human + AI conversation.

It will be interesting to see how this helps our intelligence....more and more we will be passive consumers of new information...freed of even the small labor of actively searching for by watching us our AI will be able to understand the context and provide relevant information or correction...a disembodied AI super assistant.

I think we are at least a decade away from assistants that do this well enough to start seeing people using them for now the chat bots in message applications are just the beginning of what is to come.


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