Will photographers then "see" differently when new software is released?
I reckon that our sight has not changed much since the evolution of homo sapiens. Is that an extreme literal interpretation of phrasing? Yes.
I do not believe that our physical sight has changed much since the beginning of mankind. But whether or not our physical sight has changed or not has almost nothing to do with the concept of creative vision as it relates to photography. I do not believe that we will see differently at all when new software is released. However, the new software will allow us to be able to fulfill more of what we are already seeing in our imaginations (a.k.a. creative vision).
Once again, "creative vision" is usually used to refer to what we imagine in our mind. It deals with our imagination - and typically does not have to do with physical sight. I keep making this point, over and over again, yet some of your replies seem to make it seem as though you still think that creative vision has to do with what photographers actually see with their eyes.
It is called "creative vision" because we are creating it - it is a created scene, and not one that exists in reality. If it had to do with scenes that really exist, then it would be "observed vision".