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Robots Practicing Law? Elementary, My Dear Watson

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

In the media, there have been a number of reports on Watson, the computer that beat two human beings at "Jeopardy." I personally believe that Alex Trebek was replaced by a mechanized version of himself years ago, but for the fact that whoever or whatever is serving in Mr. Trebek's shoes is still so judgmentally smarmy in the face of incorrect answers and also has impressive teeth for a machine, but I digress.

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