Bing will give you three options above the typical search results. Bing defaults to the current bracket results, a way to build your own bracket and, of course, their predictions of winners. Bing also provides the schedule and the teams playing in this year’s March Madness.
Here is a screen shot of the default results view in bracket format, which you can expand by clicking on the down arrow or the results button:
When you click on the Bing Predicts, which Bing has been pretty big into, it gives you all the predictions, updated as time goes on. Here is a large screen shot, which you can click on to enlarge:
Now that the bracket has officially been announced, our data scientists are in the lab, working tirelessly to perfect their models so our smarter bracket is powered by Bing Predicts and ready for you to access by Monday morning. Stay tuned for an updated analysis of the Bing smarter bracket on the Bing blog tomorrow.
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