Microsoft Cortana’s NFL Picks: Virtual Assistant Predicts Outright Winner Of Every Football Game? Picks For Week 15 Revealed Here!

By AASalvador , Updated Dec 15, 2016 08:45 AM EST

Microsoft Cortana is a cool virtual assistant that can predict outright winner of every NFL game, not just schedule meetings on your behalf by sending emails to your contacts. On NFL's Week 15, Microsoft Cortana is ready to reveal her picks!

On NFL's Week 14, Microsoft Cortana predicted the outright NFL winner with a record of 129-77 (62 per cent) on season. The virtual assistant was impressive last month with 11-2, 12-4, 12-3 record. Microsoft Cortana is expected to end the season with 63 per cent success rate, just a notch higher than last season's.

Microsoft Cortana was accurate in its NFL prediction of the Giants beating the Cowboys. However, the virtual assistant missed on its prediction of 49ers, Colts and Seahawks.

Sometimes, Microsoft Cortana and Vegas do not share the same predictions. This week, however, the two agreed on their NFL forecast over Giants versus the Lions, Patriots versus the Broncos, and Titans versus the Chiefs.

NFL fans do not know for sure if Microsoft Cortana has its football team favorites but it seems the virtual assistant like the Chiefs, Giants and Pats. Moreover, Microsoft Cortana predicts that the Dolphins will beat the Jets even with the absence of Ryan Tannehill.

Will the Steelers beat the Bengals? How about the Cowboys defeating the Buccaneers? Microsoft Cortana thinks so!

In summary, Microsoft Cortana predicts for NFL's Week 15 that Seattle Seahawk will win against Los Angeles Rams with 83 per cent. Miami Dolphins has a 58 per cent chance to win over New York Jets, while New York Giants has 1 per cent less chance to win over Detroit Lions.

Do you think Microsoft Cortana's prediction for NFL's Week 15 is accurate? Did the virtual assistant predict your favourite team to win? Tell us what you think and stay tuned to GamenGuide.

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