Microsoft he said the new service, Microsoft Start, which aims to gather news and content from reputable publishers. It is based on the technology used for MSN and Microsoft News, but has improved machine learning algorithms. It should be mentioned that there is a special group of moderators who handle content editing.
As with MSN, the Microsoft Start will display the latest news and articles on popular topics on the homepage, but users will be able to specify what content is displayed on their devices.
Microsoft Corporate Vice President Leith Ben-Zur describes the service as follows:
The Microsoft Start is based on Microsoft's legacy of online and mobile consumer services such as MSN and Microsoft News. MSN has been bringing customers news and online content for over 25 years and will remain available. We will continue to support our commitment to news and the ecosystem of our publishers, adding value to both our partners and our customers. The Microsoft Start brings new technology to the content experience, such as the latest developments in Microsoft in the field of artificial intelligence and machine learning, combined with human moderation, to help people stay up to date with information that is personalized to their interests.
If you want to try this new service, go to MicrosoftStart.com in your favorite browser.
Finally, News and Interest in Windows 10, the News widget in Windows 11, and the news feed on the page of each new tab in Microsoft Edge will now be supported by Microsoft Start.