Microsoft will return to the Super Bowl with two commercials showcasing how the company's technology improves people's lives.
One spot tells the story of Estella Pyfrom, who brings technology access to underserved kids with her Brilliant Bus (complete with Microsoft technology).
The other commercial shows how six-year-old Braylon O'Neil, who was born missing the tibia and fibula bones in both of his legs, can now thrive and play thanks to the help of Microsoft technology.
Both commercials are narrated by Common and feature speeches made by Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.
Microsoft aired a similar ad during last year's game, when it featured former NFL player Steve Gleason, battling Lou Gehrig's disease and using a Surface Pro tablet with eye-tracking technology to speak.