Super Bowl Advertisement Magic: Temu and Microsoft AI Chatbot See Record Downloads!

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  • February 13, 2024

As AI becomes increasingly integrated into everyday life, its representation in such high-profile platforms influences public opinion, readiness, and enthusiasm for these technologies.

Super Bowl 2024 will be etched in history not only for its thrilling gameplay but also for the remarkable presence and impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in advertising.

Two applications, Microsoft’s Copilot and Temu, emerged as the champions of this high-profile advertising battleground, soaring to the top of the app download charts in the aftermath of the game.

Microsoft’s AI Copilot was showcased in a 60-second spot during the Super Bowl, skillfully reframing AI from a perceived threat to an enabler of dreams and aspirations.

(Source: Microsoft)

The ad portrayed a diverse set of individuals using Copilot to overcome various challenges, thereby illustrating AI as a catalyst for personal and professional growth.

This strategic advertisement significantly boosted Copilot’s popularity, propelling it to the second most free app in Apple’s App Store and number 12 in the Google Play Store.

Despite facing some criticism for occasional inaccuracies, such as outdated sports team information, the ad successfully positioned Copilot as an indispensable tool in the modern digital landscape.

As this news landed on the internet, people around the world took to their social media platforms to share their views. Some seemed to appreciate Microsoft’s efforts in creating such an amazing Super Bowl ad.


While some think that Microsoft is just trying to create an AI bubble that will burst sooner or later.

Simultaneously, Temu, an e-commerce platform, took a different yet equally effective approach. With four identical commercials featuring a catchy jingle and slogan, along with a $15 million giveaway campaign, Temu captured the audience’s attention.

This marketing strategy paid off handsomely, with Temu experiencing a 34% surge in downloads on Super Bowl Sunday alone.

The portrayal of AI in these Super Bowl commercials goes beyond mere marketing; it plays a crucial role in shaping public perception and acceptance of AI.

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Dave Andre


Digital marketing enthusiast by day, nature wanderer by dusk. Dave Andre blends two decades of AI and SaaS expertise into impactful strategies for SMEs. His weekends? Lost in books on tech trends and rejuvenating on scenic trails.

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