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Supercomputer On 'Jeopardy'

IBM, the company that built master chess computer Deep Blue, is working on a new machine that developers hope can participate in Jeopardy. What do you think?
  • "That's stupid. The only reason to watch Jeopardy is to see how people write out their names."

    Amanda Albert Systems Analyst
  • "Yes! It's gonna work, and those IBM guys will be laughing all the way to the bank with their Jeopardy winnings."

    Mike Kuban Dog Walker
  • "Winning at chess and Jeopardy is all well and good, but I’ll be impressed when a computer can beat the Philadelphia Eagles—in Philadelphia.”

    Kevin Hicks Rail Inspector

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