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The AI Hub is the most interesting extension I've seen in a Scratch mod so far. It isn't hard to use either, so I'll show you how to use it in a simple way.
Of course, you're gonna need to install the AI Hub extension. Just go to Extensions > Gandi > AI Hub [Install].
Now that we have it ready in our editor, let's say we have a blank project. To start off with the important part, we need use the [set background of the game world] block. This gives the AI some context on what they're on.
I'll set it to this: "The game is taken place in a cyber-like city in the far future where technological advances were constantly growing."
Now, I don't know how many characters this extension can hold up to, but obviously I'm just gonna make one. To start off, use the 3rd block in the extension list where you have to create a character with 2 options and a text-input in it.
If you want and if possible, you can create your very own character by modifying the dropdown inputs.
You can add more information to the character. I also set the custom block to run without screen refresh.
Now that we have your character set up, now you have to set yourself. Of course, the AI bot is gonna need to know what you play as.
Fill in information about yourself. The information is kind of goofy but those are just examples.
Now that everything is set up, we are ready to chat with the bot. You can now use these blocks at the bottom across your project so that you can communicate and chat along with your development.
You chat with the AI in any way you want (even using the [ask (input) and wait] block), but be sure to use it as if YOU are talking like on the image.
If you give some game instructions like adding variables and [join () ()] blocks together, then it will not work correctly. The block clearly says "chat with", so it is meant for you to communicate with the bot directly.