Microsoft and Google are currently racing to develop and implement AI technology in their products.
Google announced the launch of Bard AI to compete with Chat GPT.
Microsoft released a new Bing with Chat GPT built in to compete with Google's search.
Google has a monopoly with 93% of all search volumes.
The AI war is like a chess game between Microsoft and Google, where both move slowly and require queens (startups) to make strong moves and win the war.
Microsoft partnered with AI startup OpenAI, and Google acquired DeepMind and invested in Anthropic to hedge against new tech that could potentially disrupt them and cause them to fall behind.
Google's investment in crypto startups and blockchain technology is an example of how big tech companies are hedging for the future.
The release of Bard by Google and Chat GPT by OpenAI is a theatrical battle for brand awareness, but the integration of AI into products like search and web browsers is where the real race lies.
The market is a winner-takes-all, and once a company's flywheel starts, it's hard to compete because they have proprietary user data.
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