Microsoft Takes on Google with Unique Tool

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By Luc Olinga Software giant sees artificial intelligence as opportunity to challenge Alphabet’s dominance in internet search. Microsoft thinks it finally has a weapon to challenge Alphabet’s leadership in internet search. The software giant, like other tech groups, has tried unsuccessfully to compete with the Google search engine. The latter has even become more important again, relegating its so-called rivals to stooges. The dominance of the Mountain View, Calif.-based group eventually sickened to the point where some rivals simply gave up. Bing, Microsoft’s search engine, was the World’s se…

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