HyperWrite AI recently launched ‘Personal Assistant’’ as the first publicly available AI, having the ability to operate browsers like a human.
‘Personal Assistant’ is an AI-powered agent that can perform tasks, conduct research, and automate processes directly in the browser of users.
According to Matt Shumer, HyperWriteAI CEO, their team had been working to build an AI agent that can effectively act like a human assistant.
Consequently, he emphasized that this is not a final product yet and must be taken as a sneak peek of how ‘Personal Assistant’ can be an integral part of every user’s browsing experience.
In a recent tweet from Matt Shumer, he released a video trailer of the “mind blowing” AI agent.
In the video, it showcased the abilities of ‘Personal Assistant’ in responding to the needs of its user. This includes booking a trip, ordering pizza, finding engineering candidates, and many more.
Users can actually do anything with this AI assistant and they can directly see how it works on their screens. However in its early phase, users might experience bugs.
Now, it is available and free to try out using this link.
In a recent release, there are prompt ideas recommended to early testers, these are;
- “Go to ChatGPT and ask it some questions”
- “Go to my Twitter profile, read through my posts, and give me some ideas for new posts”
- “Navigate to Gmail and send a creative one line email to firstname.lastname@example.org thanking the team for their work on the AI Personal Assistant”
This new AI innovation is definitely a game-changer as it changes how people can browse and use the web. Soon enough, people may no longer need to exert effort to get the job done. Hopefully this AI assistant will be put to good use.