Fluid UI

Whether you’re navigating a website or an advanced space flight system, existing UI offers a sleuth of all possible options and requires commanding users to manually engage with all tiers to determine and execute singular goals; one-by-one, down the rabbit hole until you find what you’re looking for.

Can you imagine Jarvis with the limitation of a touch-tone navigation interface?

Fluid UI uses AI to determine intent; which translates to a more dynamic designation of interaction points in order to reduce user interface friction. Removing the noise and the toil from the interface enables non-direct instructional orders to be queued by the AI and executed by the commanding user.

Example: Oral user command: “Primary Objective: Return ship home safely.”

Result: a Fluid UI engages a mapping function to chart a course for ‘home’, cross-referencing accessible Auxillary Data points with Main Core Index to determine safe passage by asserting Waypoint Directives. Returning to user with a Boolean possibility status and percentage based likelihood with favouring routes; Awaiting command to either execute or redefine primary (or subsequent) objectives.

Let’s take a closer look at the example command word-by-word and how the AI would arrive at this conclusive report:

  1. Primary Objective [intent: override existing primary objective with following command]
  2. Return [intent: a journey – consult Main Core Index for access to primary navigation function(requires Subject and Destination parameters] 
  3. ship [intent: define Subject – consult Main Core Index to retrieve contextual definition of subject and its assumed parameters of scope (crew, decks, cargo, engines etc) 
  4. home [intent: define Destination – consult Main Core Index to retrieve contextual definition of destination and its assumed parameters of scope (Earth, Ireland, Dublin Space Port) 
  5. safely [intent: define Waypoint Directive – consult Auxillary Data Points to retrieve known dangers en-route to destination and input as parameters to primary navigation function] 

Glossary of terms

Primary Objective: The ultimate purpose of all existing functions. Can be overridden by commanding user. Any Secondary Directives must not jeapordise successful outcome of Primary Objective.

Waypoint Directives: Manditory sub-directives that must be completed to define Primary Objective outcome as successful.

Secondary Directives: Auxillary (optional) sub-directives that compliment the success status of the current Primary Objective.

Main Core Index: A knowledge base of all functions, historical directives and their outcomes.

Auxillary Data Points: Any available access points for external data source to feed Main Core Index.

AI Data Core: A knowledge base of all artificially authored functions generated to compliment Main Core Index in pursuit of a successful Primary Objective outcome. Can be disconnected by authorised users at any point.