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Microsoft’s AI dominations continues with the launch of Copilot


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On Sunday, Microsoft's Copilot will have its first Super Bowl commercial.

Today, a year ago, Microsoft unveiled the AI-powered Bing search engine. In addition to being the most successful launch in Bing's history, it also helped AI become widely used and generated both optimism and anxiety about the technology's future. The launch was so successful that it shocked Google, which was generally seen to be falling behind in the battle for artificial intelligence. Microsoft's attempts to develop artificial intelligence proved to be a huge success, despite Bing's failure. Almost all of the company's products have had AI built into them in the past 12 months. This includes Windows software such as Paint, Office programs, and even an AI key designed just for laptops. Microsoft seems to be constantly introducing new AI features, and it doesn't appear like this will stop anytime soon.

Bing is no longer Microsoft's main search engine; instead, Copilot, an "AI companion," is being gradually integrated into all of the company's essential apps and services. On Sunday, Microsoft's Copilot will have its first Super Bowl commercial. Microsoft is now positioning Copilot, which just changed its name from Bing to Copilot, as the AI project of the future. With this strategy, the emphasis will now be on production and productivity rather than searching. This new Super Bowl commercial for Copilot is a welcome surprise, as Microsoft has previously utilized the multimillion-dollar ad spaces to promote the importance of its software and tell heartwarming tales of disabled gamers.

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