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    Cortana is Microsoft's first major foray into consumer-facing artificial intelligence (AI). But how did it all get started? And where did Microsoft get the name "Cortana?" Keep reading for answers.
    Cortana was first demonstrated at Microsoft's Build 2014 developer conference, and it became directly integrated into both Windows phone devices and Windows 10 PCs. Cortana was, originally, simply a codename for the service. But an outpouring of fan interest led to Microsoft opting to stick with the name.
    Here's a quick look at Cortana's history, development, and the digital assistant's future.

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    04-24-2017 01:10 PM

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