The topic of artificial intelligence has become hot again recently, and Microsoft seems to be working on an internal test project to let AI help you play Minecraft. According to media reports, a recent internal test of Microsoft demonstrated new technology that allows players to express their intentions to “Minecraft”, and then the character will move and gather resources based on the player’s request.
Minecraft’s open environment is great for technical challenges, but there are many different ways to complete a task in the game. For example, if you want to build a car in “Minecraft”, there are countless ways to build it according to the resources at hand. So a vague expression like this is not as clear as “build a car out of stones”.
The technology could make Minecraft more accessible to people with disabilities who can’t control the game in traditional ways. According to sources, Microsoft has no plans to use AI technology in the public version of “Minecraft”. Large companies often have a lot of internal black technology that has never been released to the public. At present, the difference between this technology and somatosensory control and voice command technology does not seem to be very great. But if the AI technology explodes further, the way of playing games in the future may undergo earth-shaking changes.