Your experience with AI Space Creation in Fibery?

Did you play with AI Space Creation?
Any interesting results?
What is missing?
What is cool?

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I’d love a more of a gray box experience. To be able to adjust output:
For example I query to get a barbershop it can first give me a model output in some markdown form:

- Client
  - name: string
- Empoyee
  - salary: number
etc....

Then I can continue chatting with it to clarify requirements. For instance in that scenario I can add - “oh I have a franchise barbershop.”
So the model would adjust to include some concepts for franchise.
Currently to experiment and try different variations I need to wait a lot for all the magic to happen while I could have easily adjusted in on the text model generation.

Thinking further being able to use that text model:
Create a space for that definition:

- Employee
...

would be interesting too as it would allow direct prompt engineering within fibery :wink:
Markdown is not that hard anyway.

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I really appreciate the implementation of AI into Fibery. The ability to provide our own API key without any extra pay wall is impressive and has led me to import everything into Fibery and uninstall other programs.

I’m looking forward to be able to ask questions about our own data that I’ve read is in the planning phase.
Hopefully this will also include search in tables rows as I’m having some trouble finding specific meetings because the meeting subject is repeating and can’t see specifics in the search dialog.

However, I would prefer to see the response streamed instead of generated all at once, especially when using GPT-4. Sometimes the response takes time and I am unsure if it went through or not, depending on how much input I have used.

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Pretty good actually!

I agree with @tpaktop in the sense that there should be a middle step of “Okay, this is a summary of what the Space I am about to create will contain. You can edit this summary if you want me to go in a different direction, use different examples or place greater emphasis on something.”

Because right now its kind of a shot in the dark as to what kind of Space you get as there is no insight on how the instructions will be interpreted. And I am also getting a bunch of irrelevant things that I need to spend time deleting - which really diminishes the ROI of using the AI.

It should be expected that users will be write vague instructions like “make me a CRM”, and in a sense the editable middle step / summary will give them a low-friction way to refine and confirm their instructions.

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