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UNISI Roadmap 

0.2 System designer.

UNISI is an extremely easy-to-maintain system, and generating modules, screens, and interfaces to third-party services by LLMs is possible in any time. The system designer will design the entire system from scratch, demonstrating interfaces and conducting a clarifying dialogue with the user, such as yes, no, what do you choose from this, relying on the capabilities of UNISI infrastructure and generating binding code and descriptions. As a result, you'll get a ready-to-use system or a set of interconnected systems.

0.5 New customizable, native GUI

The new GUI subsystem will allow customization of styles, sizes, and fonts of interface elements and will increasingly utilize animations for transitions. The primary feature is the user space seamlessly interfacing with multiple UNISI systems concurrently, as though interacting with a single unified system.

0.3 Voice interaction.

Every UNISI system is capable of being voice-controlled with the same precision and efficiency as with a mouse and keyboard. This is achieved through the command module's awareness of all elements and commands of the system screens, their types, and configurations. 

0.6 Remote data flow pipelines.

The UNISI GUI enables drag-and-drop functionality to transfer data from one system to another for further processing or connecting. The sequence of such transfers and execution commands can be saved and utilized in any UNISI system. ​

0.4 UNISI system in Mojo.

We eagerly await the release of Mojo 1.0, which is expected to replace Python in the future for high-load, computationally complex, and most AI tasks. The interfaces will be the same, but all code will be rewritten, taking into account the capabilities and advantages of Mojo. Mojo and Python will be equally supported in UNISI-Mojo.

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