Microsoft is said to have created an AI-driven Minecraft demo that allows the user to control the game by telling it what to do rather than building everything themselves. According to Semafor, this demo allows players to use AI to tell the game what to build instead of the traditional gameplay format of moving their character around and building and digging themselves. The demo appears to employ cutting-edge AI, though not Prometheus, the technology used in the recently revealed Bing chat service developed in collaboration with OpenAI.
According to the report, using natural language commands in Minecraft is a difficult task, especially because there are so many different ways to build any given object. An AI may not build a car in the same way that a human does, or it may use methods that no one has thought of before.
Semafor did point out that Microsoft does not intend to include this feature in the public version of the game anytime soon.
Microsoft announced earlier this year that it was investing billions of dollars in technology, following the announcement of 10,000 layoffs. OpenAI is the company behind ChatGPT, a chat-bot that can theoretically create music, books, code, and other things. However, AI-generated art is quite contentious because it frequently trains on content created by a wide range of people and uses their work without permission.
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