We recently published an article reporting that Microsoft will soon be introducing a new AI-powered feature called Copilot into an upcoming Windows 11 Insider build: Are We Heading For an AI-Driven Windows 12?
The massive difference between the AI-powered chatbots we’ve been hearing about and Copilot is that the latter will be integrated into the very core of the Windows operating system. Meaning Copilot’s reach, power, and functionality will be virtually all-encompassing. Microsoft is so enamored with Copilot that the company has subsequently announced it will be removing Cortana from Windows in favor of its new AI-powered feature.
I’ve mentioned previously that you’re probably getting a tad fed up with continually hearing about AI but the harsh reality is, you’d better get used to it my friends because there is little doubt that AI is set to become an integral part of our digital lives, and no more so than with our home computers.
AI-Powered Software Coming Soon?
I recently received an email message from Digiarty, the company that specializes in video and DVD software. The message from Digiarty strongly suggests that the company is seriously considering introducing an AI component into its flagship product, VideoProc Converter:
As you can see from the above screenshot, Digiarty is seeking opinions from current VideoProc Converter users (of which I am one) on the
possibility probability of introducing AI-powered video editing, and I have little doubt this will become a reality regardless of user input. This is the first mention of an AI-powered, commonly used program that I’ve encountered, but I seriously doubt it will be the last. In fact, I firmly believe AI-powered software will eventually become the norm.
So, as the title of this article suggests, in my opinion, AI is set to dominate in pretty much all aspects of our beloved home PCs.
As always, your thoughts are welcome via the comments.