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IBM’s Watson: Why Politicians Will Hate It but We May Love It

December 12, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

For any question, including whether we’re likely to be invaded by space aliens or whether a congressman was behaving inappropriately, Watson would know the high-probability answers — and not based on party, religious beliefs, special interest money, blackmail or sexual favors. For political debates, I’d build in a raspberry sound which, I expect, it would use a lot for politicians who said really stupid things.

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