A Computer Trained to “Think” like an Associate

A Computer Trained to “Think” like an Associate

Could a computer put the jobs of future associates in Jeopardy?  The answer to that, in Jeopardy style, comes in the form of a question, "Who is Watson?"  It may ultimately mean legal research performed in seconds rather than hours.  This week, it meant a huge game show victory by a computer over human competitors. 

Watson the computer proved its intelligence on Jeopardy,  the first step toward the genius computer's use in  Law firms and other businesses to tackle research assignments and solve problems.

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