No, and I don't see it happening in the next 10 years. The movement on AI is just too slow. Little bits of progress are made here and there, but nothing substantial. Sure, google might create an AI, release it, and you'll only have that. Like, they won't build on a great foundation. They'll just say, well, we already did that, and well, we need to innovate. It's stupid. They don't realize all they have to do, is just add to what they already have, give their AI 2,000,000 more responses, put out a patch and there you go. But no, what should be simple, becomes impossible.
I've seen a few of these online, but they soon stop making sense as you put it. I would love to just talk with an AI, and actually create a working relationship with it. The next 10 years, we will still be where we are today. It's sad really.