Lenovo launches its own AI operating system

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Lenovo, the maker of ThinkPads, is challenging Microsoft with a new AI operating system.

Lenovo, the maker of the well-known ThinkPads, is ready to shake up the tech world with the launch of its own artificial intelligence operating system (AI OS) later this year, according to CEO Liu Jun. This is a bold move that, according to Lenovo, has the potential to revolutionize the way we perceive and use technology. Lenovo's new operating system will be built around multi-terminal products with a focus on AI PCs and personal assistants.

This move aims to change the way we interact with technology and open up new opportunities in digital interaction and privacy security. Lenovo has announced its latest line of AI PCs that will hit the shelves in the first half of this year. The company plans to showcase its cutting-edge AI devices at MWC, the biggest event for the mobile industry, in February.

Lenovo has also given a sneak peek at two new device concepts that will "challenge the traditional PC and smartphone form factors". These AI PCs will have features such as natural language interaction and smart terminals that protect your privacy and security. Lenovo's AI OS will give a boost to the AI PC market and take its AI hardware to the next level. This will place Lenovo at the forefront of AI technology and potentially challenge other tech giants such as Microsoft.

Meanwhile, Microsoft has potentially disappointed millions of Windows fans by confirming that there will be no Windows 12. The software giant said the next OS update will be called Windows 11 version 24H2 instead of Windows 12, which was spotted in a leaked version last year. Microsoft's decision is likely to anger many Windows 10 users who cannot upgrade to Windows 11 due to its strict requirements.

Microsoft seems more interested in adding AI tools to its products and services than making its operating system more accessible. Lenovo could take advantage of this situation by offering an AI-powered operating system that works on multiple devices and gives more users access to AI. Despite how groundbreaking Lenovo would like the news to sound, it is probably not an operating system that will threaten Microsoft and the spread of Windows among ordinary consumers.

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