NCAA Bracket 2016 Predicted By Bing

Posted: Mar 14 2016, 10:57am CDT | by , in News | Latest Sports News


NCAA Bracket 2016 Predicted by Bing
Bing NCAA March Madness 2016

Microsoft's Bing is again the official "Bracketologist" of the NCAA.

Microsoft puts its Bing Prediction engine to work again for the NCAA Bracket in 2016. As last year, Bing is creating the NCAA March Madness bracket experience. 

In 2015, Bing Predicts was in the upper 30% of all national brackets, beating those published by Google, Facebook, and Sports Illustrated. We were one of just a few who had eventual winner Duke listed as the 2nd most likely winner. Most everyone had Kentucky incorrectly as the predicted winner due to their dominant regular season at the top.

For the NCAA March Madness 2016, Bing predicts predicts Kansas beating North Carolina in the finals on Monday, April 4.

Bing Predicts’ intelligent machine learning technology will analyze social and search signals, NCAA statistical data to help fans build a smarter bracket. The Bing bracket provides intelligent match-up predictions, analysis and additional features that can help newcomers and diehard hoops fans alike make sense of the over nine quintillion possible outcomes for all 67 tournament games.

The NCAA has built a universal app for Windows 10. The app will be available for Windows 10 PCs, phones, and tablets prior to the tournament start. It leverages exclusive Windows 10 features so fans everywhere can experience the tournament whenever and wherever they are. Stay up to date on tournament action with Live Tiles by pinning your favorite teams to the Start menu. Get live alerts on upsets, overtimes, and close games, and live video streaming of all 67 tournament games.

To access the Bing NCAA Bracket 2016 you just type "March Madness bracket" into

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