AI Revolutionizes Work, Promptly Creates Websites by Voice Command
Wix Releases AI-Based Site Creator
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- Jul 18 2023 02:16 PM
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Wix, a website production service, unveiled its AI-based site creator on the 17th (local time). This tool can create a website upon voice commands, including site design, page content, necessary images or videos, events, and more. Wix anticipates that with the launch of the AI site creator, small and medium-sized businesses with limited resources for website creation will be able to easily create their own sites at a low cost.
The revolution in work through AI is led by the 'Big Two' in office software, Google and Microsoft. In March, Google added creation AI features to its services such as Google Docs and Gmail, allowing AI to summarize received emails, draft replies, and summarize document contents.
Microsoft also combined its creation AI named 'Copilot' with all of its software including Excel, PowerPoint, and Word. As a result, users can simply say, “Analyze this quarter's performance based on this Excel file," and quickly receive a neatly summarized analysis.
Furthermore, the bar is being lowered for entering sectors that previously required specialized knowledge, like website creation, programming, and tasks related to contracts or taxes, due to the introduction of AI. Currently, there is the limitation that people have to give specific instructions, such as "turn this document into a 10-page PowerPoint presentation" to achieve the desired results.
For this reason, fierce competition is taking place in Silicon Valley to develop an 'AI autonomous assistant' that, like Jarvis in the movie 'Iron Man,' understands what the user wants and accomplishes it in the most suitable way. According to Matt Schlicht, an AI-related newsletter publisher, there are already estimated to be over 100 projects in progress to develop autonomous assistants. Reuters noted, “What AI is showing now is just a preview of autonomous AI assistants to come," and that, "regardless of people's fears, the commercial potential is huge."