Among the technology giants, putting their foot on the accelerator when it comes to artificial intelligence it certainly is Microsoft. The Redmond giant, between Bing Chat and Copilot, is carving out its role as the absolute protagonist and could soon present a new, unexpected innovation. According to the latest rumours, it will soon launch the new “brand” AI PC.
Since this is an unconfirmed rumor, details are scarce, but it is difficult not to start thinking about what the characteristics of these Windows computers could be and the differences with the “traditional” ones. Microsoft will no doubt communicate to OEMs the minimum requirements that PCs will meet must return to obtain this (coveted?) label. In short, based on AI performance, companies such as HP, ASUS, Lenovo and so on may or may not apply the “AI PC” sticker on their products.
More information could be disseminated to“AI Everywhere” event on December 14thduring which the Intel’s Meteor Lake CPUs equipped with an AI chip. Pat Gelsinger, CEO of Intel, believes that “the arrival of PCs with artificial intelligence is a turning point in the personal computer industry“. Lisa Su, CEO of AMD, instead stated that the company “expects major growth in 2024 based on some sort of cycle driven by PC AI and some targeted Windows updates“.
If even Intel and AMD speak without mincing words about PC with the “superpowers” of artificial intelligencethen perhaps it really is only a matter of time before the market gets flooded computer desktop e laptop con lo sticker “AI PC”.
It could all be connected to Copilot, the AI virtual assistant spread not only in Windows 11 but also in many software, including the Office suite. To obtain the label of “AI PC” it will perhaps be necessary to support the already known and future features of Copilot.