Microsoft Threatens Data Restrictions In Rival AI Search
When it comes to the world of search engines, there is one company that stands above the rest: Google. But it looks like the search giant may have some competition from Microsoft.
According to a new report from Bloomberg, Microsoft is threatening to restrict data from rival artificial intelligence (AI) search tools. The move would prevent companies like Google from using Bing’s internet search results to power their own AI services.
This is a major power move by Microsoft, and it could have significant implications for the AI landscape. If Microsoft does follow through on its threat, it could slow down the development of AI services from its rivals.
Microsoft’s decision to restrict data from rival AI services comes as the company is increasing its investment in the technology. The company has been working on its own AI platform, Azure, and it recently announced a new partnership with Facebook to improve the accuracy of AI services.
Microsoft is clearly positioning itself as a major player in the AI space, and it is willing to use its search engine to gain an advantage. The question now is whether its rivals will stand up to the challenge.