Patent published on November 2, 2023

Patent Might Make Theai's GPT-3 AI More Relatable and Adaptive in Interactions

In today's fast-paced digital era, as artificial intelligence (AI) evolves from impersonal and rigid to more relatable and interactive, a key issue arises: the ability for AI to adapt its interactions and conversations to individual users. Up until now, virtual character models, like ones in video games, have had static parameters, unable to modify their responses according to a user's specific behavior or previous interactions. This issue leaves users with a less immersive and static experience.

Recently, a patent numbered US20230351142A1 was filed by Theai, promising a solution to this very gap within the AI world. The patented invention aims to redefine and enhance the way AI interacts with users, teaching it to adjust its behavior based on the changing relationships between a user and the AI character. Whether it's a topic previously discussed or the character's attitude towards the user, friendly or hostile, an AI-based character model under this patented system can change its behavior accordingly, providing a personalized and dynamic experience.

For instance, imagine playing a video game where the AI characters change the conversation based on your previous interactions or even attitudes displayed. Similarly, imagine a chatbot that can adapt its responses based on your history, attitude, or previous chat topics. Such adaptations could significantly enhance the level of engagement and interaction users experience.

But what could the world look like with the implementation of this patented technology? The potential application of such a system is vast, going beyond just video games or chatbots. It can span across customer service, online shopping experiences, educational sectors, and even sectors like mental health, where therapeutic chatbots could revolutionize mental health treatment. For instance, a customer service chatbot can remember a customer's previous complaints or preferences to provide better service, or a therapeutic chatbot could adapt its conversation based on the user's emotional state.

With the introduction of such an advancement in AI, our digital experiences could suddenly become a lot more responsive, personal, and interactive. However, it's worth noting that this invention is currently a patent and may not necessarily make its way to the market. It serves as a window into the possibilities of the future, leaving us to imagine a world where interacting with AI is no less engaging than interacting with humans.

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