IBM's Watson may school two of Jeopardy!'s top players, but does it represent a true advance in artificial intelligence?
The IBM computer Watson, appearing on Jeopardy! this week, may defeat the human players. But humanity is the real winner by gaining a better understanding of what real intelligence is.
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Watson, the Jeopardy! supercomputer, dominated a practice round this week. What does the IBM Jeopardy! supercomputer say about the future of robotics.
Two Jeopardy champs – Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter — will play two games against "Watson," a computer program developed by IBM's artificial intelligence team.
Hardball host Chris Matthews will play on the celebrity version of the Jeopardy Thursday.
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