Large language models like ChatGPT have hit the mainstream, but most applications of today follow the same format: a text box. That's because we're currently in the "MS DOS" stage of interfaces for machine learning – creating interfaces which conform to the shape of the system, not the shape of the human on the other end. This talk explores how AI might help us radically re-think our interaction with computers from the ground up, as the GUI did to command-line computing.
Rupert is a designer and programmer, and part of Mozilla's innovation studio where he works on product development in AI. He's passionate about machine learning, natural user interfaces, speculative futures, and ultimately making personal computing more humane and accessible for all.