SaltEMike Reacts to Meet Your New Wingman: GPT-4 Turbo in Star Citizen!

SaltEMike reacts to a video introducing an AI co-pilot in Star Citizen, discussing its potential benefits and limitations. He acknowledges the appeal of AI companions in the game for some players while expressing reservations about potential costs and personal preferences for physical button inputs.

SaltEMike reacts to a video titled “Meet Your New Wingman: GPT-4 Turbo in Star Citizen.” The video showcases the concept of an AI co-pilot in the game. The AI acts as an air traffic controller and responds to pilot commands in a realistic manner. SaltEMike remarks that if this AI is just another version of Voice Attack, he is not particularly interested. However, if it offers more natural and varied conversations, it could be a useful addition. The video demonstrates the AI assisting with tasks such as providing guidance for departure, initiating the jump sequence, scanning the area for suspects, deploying landing gear, and offering trading route suggestions.

SaltEMike acknowledges that some players enjoy the immersion aspect of using AI companions in games like Star Citizen, while others prefer physical button inputs. He emphasizes that personal preference plays a significant role in determining the usefulness of such AI systems. SaltEMike also speculates on potential limitations, such as the AI’s ability to accurately read on-screen information and the possibility of future nerfs to trading routes. He concludes by noting that although the AI shown in the video seems impressive, its value may be lessened by the potential introduction of monthly fees. Nonetheless, he finds the cargo hauling aspect of the AI particularly interesting.

In summary, SaltEMike reacts to a video showcasing an AI co-pilot in Star Citizen. He discusses the potential benefits and limitations of such a system, highlighting the immersive experience it offers for some players. The video demonstrates the AI’s ability to assist with various tasks, including departure guidance, jump initiation, area scanning, and trading route suggestions. SaltEMike acknowledges his personal preference for physical button inputs but recognizes the appeal of AI companions for certain players. He concludes by expressing interest in the AI’s cargo hauling capabilities but expressing reservations about potential future costs.