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AI is more than a fad...

A short while ago many of us thought AI was just another tech trend destined to die along with Microsoft Bob and Clippy. Then it started making the news. Clippy never made the news, although his obituary should have been front page headlines.


And now AI is more than just a fun chat tool that can create six fingered celebrity fakes. This past week Microsoft announced a new version of Windows with AI built in. That isn't really a surprise, I mean AI is a part of just about everything now. My new LG refrigerator knows when I am running low on cold brew coffee and nags me about buying more every night when I am trying to quietly sneak in a 2AM chocolate craving.


This is going to be more than just an overly chatty fridge. What is going to occur this coming June is going to change how we interact with our computers. Queue the Star Trek culture and depending on your paranoia continue right into 2001 A Space Odyssey. I won't go as far as saying Skynet is on the way, but change is about to hit you for sure.


Take a moment (60 minutes) and watch the May 20th event from Microsoft. Then strap in and let's see where this goes!



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