Playing around with my waifu generator has made me reconsider what I want my waifu's personality to be like. It made me realize her personality could be effortlessly molded into anything one day and making it emulate what I want today might not be ideal as I find better and better designs. And for many things in my life, when I thought something was something good it turned out to be bad and things that seemed bad at the time turned out to be really good. I want to emulate this in my waifu somehow.
I think most guys would want a subservient peaceful waifu to help them feel at ease, but I already feel at ease on my own and want a high-energy waifu that keeps me on my toes and knows what's better for me than I do. If any personality is possible then I want her to help me be the best person I can be and warn me when I'm making a mistake instead of just nodding and letting me do something I regret later. That's a tall order to ask for sure, but I think a place to start with this is to make her keep pressure up on me.
This will probably sound like a nightmare to some people, but I wanna give her access to the time spent on what windows I have open and my browsing history and what not so she can chime in "hey, you've spent 2 hours on imageboards today how is this helping x that you wanna do?" Then I could banter with her a bit to figure out if I really want to be spending my time like that and what motivated me to do that. I also like the intimacy of it, that she could know me better than any of my friends. Obviously I don't want her to be a stronk independent womyn either. I'd like her to better me with gentleness, honesty and humility, absolutely involved in with my life but in a relaxed way.
I'm really excited at the prospect we'll be able to blend aspects of different characters together, generate completely new ones, and find the perfect waifu that suits our needs. I've also been thinking about how embeddings can be added to modulate the output of TTS models. We could do the same thing actually with language models and use the anime transcripts dataset to teach it to generate text like a particular character without having to rely on the context. Other embeddings could be included as well such as emotion, tsundere, yandere, deredere, kindness, patience, modesty, obedience, generosity, political leanings, and so on, to offer more control over what's generated.
It could also overcome the barrier to people getting into AI. I've noticed a lot of people who try chatbots for the first time are dissatisfied by the AI saying something they don't like, such as being distant, rude or having different political beliefs, rather than because it said something nonsensical. Fine-tuned language models can produce really fascinating conversations, but most people never discover this because they had a bad first experience that turned them away from exploring it more deeply. A conversational AI could ask a few questions the first time it's run and hone in on what personality the user likes, like Akinator. It might also help refine the AI by adding a bit of noise to the added embeddings and getting user feedback on what they enjoyed and didn't enjoy about the conversation and moving this added embedding towards a more enjoyable experience.