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6 Mar, 2023
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A group of researchers has utilized OpenAI's ChatGPT to facilitate human-robot interaction that mimics natural communication.

Microsoft has been exploring the integration of robotics into the capabilities of ChatGPT. Through a series of precise prompts, the artificial intelligence was able to develop code that granted it control over multiple machines, including a drone. This breakthrough has allowed a research team to facilitate human-robot interactions that feel natural to people using Open AI's ChatGPT.

One of the recent remarkable accomplishments in AI was operating a drone without any prior knowledge of computer coding. Thanks to ChatGPT's ability to generate code, researchers were able to consider a wide range of factors that affect a drone's flight, from physics principles to environmental factors.

To ensure the safety of the device and its surroundings, the prompts provided to ChatGPT had to be specific and comprehensive. Eventually, the drone was able to navigate through various obstacles, complete its flight objectives, and even capture the desired shot while in motion. These tests were conducted using Microsoft's AirSim platform, and the company has experimented with other robots, yielding mostly positive outcomes.

The objective is to eventually have the ability to utilize natural language to operate machines, with an AI translating these instructions into code. Currently, this is only in the experimental stage. With the assistance of ChatGPT (or a comparable artificial intelligence), one will not need to possess extensive coding knowledge in order to manage a robot or drone. To illustrate, Microsoft has already integrated ChatGPT into its Bing search engine and intends to incorporate it into Outlook and other Office applications in the near future.