AI-fueled app Natural aims to bring more benefits of AI and machine learning to machine learning to consumes more directly, starting with a range of streamlined transactions. A request using Natural’s “generative interface” begins similarly enough to those of other voice agents, with a verbal or typed command. With Natural, however, the query remains editable. Natural then instantly updates the options presented. There are no extended spoken exchanges. But the more meaningful difference is the degree to which Natural can handle the completion of the task. With other agents, ordering food or an airline ticket goes only so far before users need to transition to an app such as DoorDash or Expedia. That’s not the case with Natural. In fact, if users want to order from a restaurant that uses Grubhub for delivery and they don’t have an account, Natural will create one behind the scenes, optionally deleting it at the end of the transaction. That may make it sound as if Natural is trying to make apps obsolete, but the company plans to allow other apps to tap into Natural’s AI capabilities. A future version of Natural might be able to share a file via Dropbox and draft a range of emails, including a multi-paragraph cover letter that highlights certain skills in the background. All one has to do is fill in the blanks provided for certain details. Natural lives in the cloud and can be accessed from virtually anywhere after a voice verification.