IBM's Watson supercomputer destroys all humans in Jeopardy

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1. ValdeLevis 3 years ago

Linux!!!...Okay, it's really not a big deal about the operating system, but I just had to say it anyway.

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2. Comment rated too low. Show this comment irishgek 3 years ago

Thought I seen winamp there !! @2:24

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3. hedosean 3 years ago

Its not the same with out the emotions like frustration and embarrassment.

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4. beel 3 years ago

i had no idea what was going on in that game o.o

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5. thecamronmoore 3 years ago

All I gotta say is Ken is a beast.

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6. iIZMOG 3 years ago

"i for one welcome our new computer overloads" :D
seriously though, at 1:40 i think he feels resentment for the audience. this is the end.

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7. MrGood 3 years ago

#4 I believe the host gives the answers to a question and the contestants have to ask the question.

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8. medicino 3 years ago

Imagine this computer at museums or anatomy curses in med school...the future sure looks better everyday.

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9. YetiGrowl 3 years ago

i watched the pbs documentary leading up to this challenge. some of watson's answers were so wrong and hilarious. they really had to fine tune him. was pretty interesting!

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10. cranky 3 years ago

That's impressive but as Watson doesn't have to physically press a button to give an answer, doesn't this put the humans in a handicapped category?

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11. JohnMichael 3 years ago

#10 They can click before the whole question (well, in this case, the answer) is told, while Watson has to way until the host is done, and he then receives the Answer in a text file, he then has to find the question, be confident it's the correct question, then click the physical button.

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12. TehChillinJuggal 3 years ago

That was hardly destroying humans,it got question more.

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13. BooTheGoose 3 years ago

Watson can't get Motorcycle Club out of its mind...

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14. tiggfigg 3 years ago

"What is Toronto?"

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15. loadrunner 3 years ago

combine this comuter witch the smartbot( virtual chat machine)

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16. Vaithan 3 years ago

#12 I agree mate, Ken took it to the hilt. One question out from putting the machine in it's place!

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17. richardleed 3 years ago

That's because Ken and Brad has the reaction time of a 100 year old grandmother or father. They knew the answer... Err.. "question" but are too slow to ring in.

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18. aceair 3 years ago

#15 You mean cleverbot? He's cool!