Does Windows need a personal assistant?

Hello all,

Just a thought that occurred to me this morning. Windows is the only major platform without any sort of personal assistant a la Siri or Google Now. Do you all feel like there's a gap in Windows because of that? While a majority of the time personal assistants seem superfluous, it's obviously something that is quite impressive to the general public, and can be handy at certain times. Would you like to see a built-in personal assistant in a later Windows version?

Personally, my vote goes to Clippy.