With the surging chatbot war - who do you think has a better possibility of success - Google or Microsoft?

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Strategist Marketing in IT Services, 10,001+ employees
It's too early to comment but I'm sure users of both platforms will benefit from this "chatbot war".
P.s. Microsoft finally has a comeback. 
IT Manager in IT Services, 10,001+ employees
Microsoft as they are already deepky involved
Marketing Manager in Real Estate, 201 - 500 employees
Google wasn't sleeping; they knew it was coming, and I know they're putting enormous investments into doing it the Google way. No one could deny the power of Google in simplifying the complex while keeping the 'FREE' model on top of it. Despite the fact that the genius mind behind OpenAI has changed the game and there's a space for competition between them and Google, for Microsoft, I see them just like the rich boys who paid Mark Zuckerberg to build Facebook and that was it.
Store Manager in Retail, 10,001+ employees
It is difficult to predict, however both are investing heavily in AI and depend on who can provide the most value
Supply Chain in Healthcare and Biotech, 5,001 - 10,000 employees
It's early to say but Microsoft has a better possibility. 
Technical Talent Acquisition Specialist in Services (non-Government), 1,001 - 5,000 employees
Assistant Marketing Manager in Software, 11 - 50 employees
Eventually Google would come out on top as it can build and train a better chatbot than Microsoft due to its greater access to data.
Operations Manager in Healthcare and Biotech, 10,001+ employees
Google have better resources to build an AI than Microsoft..
Engineer in Education, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
Seems like google considering it has access to huge data.
Marketing Analyst in Miscellaneous, 51 - 200 employees

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