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Meet Ross, the IBM Watson-Powered Lawyer

Meet Ross, the IBM Watson-Powered Lawyer
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University of Toronto team launches a cognitive computing application that helps lawyers conduct world-class case research

Adriana Krasniansky, PSFK Labs
  • 29 january 2015

When most people think of IBM’s cognitive computer Watson, they imagine the machine as a contestant on Jeopardy, answering trivia at lightning speed. Since Watson’s television debut in 2011, the supercomputer has matured from game show celebrity into professional resource; thanks to the work of students at the University of Toronto, Watson will now aid legal cases, supporting a new law research service named Ross.

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