AI has become an integral part of our digital world. From being considered a field of study at the 1956 Dartmouth Conference to the development of expert systems, rule-based logic programs, neural networks, and even beating world chess champion Garry Kasparov, AI has come a long way. Today, AI is everywhere, from search engines to advanced applications in many fields.

Over the years, I have worked with several tools developed by Microsoft, quick trip down memory lane.

Where were you when Microsoft Bob was released? I still have a shrink-wrapped copy in my office. Microsoft Bob, despite its short lifespan, was a notable attempt at making computers more user-friendly.

Then came Clippy, Rover, and a few other short-lived characters. While they were often met with mixed reactions, they represented early efforts to making computers more user-friendly and to perform repetitive tasks.

AI has matured significantly, leading to the development of powerful tools like ChatGPT, GitHub Copilot, and Azure Machine Learning.

These tools have the potential to be very pivotal in digital, mobile, and cyber forensics.

Will you allow these advancements to enhance your capabilities?

And yes, I used AI in composing this POST. Table of Microsoft tools, algorithms, and AI.

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