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    1. Sorry, a robot is not about to replace your lawyer

      Sorry, a robot is not about to replace your lawyer

      Impressive advances in artificial intelligence technology tailored for legal work have led some lawyers to worry that their profession may be Silicon Valley's next victim. But recent research and even the people working on the software meant to automate legal work say the adoption of A.I. in law firms will be a slow, task-by-task process. In other words, like it or not, a robot is not about to replace your lawyer. At least, not anytime soon.

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    2. IBM Gives Watson a New Challenge: Your Tax Return

      IBM Gives Watson a New Challenge: Your Tax Return

      Photo Bill Cobb, left, chief executive of H&R Block, and David Kenny, who leads IBM’s Watson business. Credit Guerin Blask for The New York Times In its first steps toward commercialization, IBM ’s Watson took on grand, science-laden challenges like helping doctors diagnose cancer. But that is changing as IBM strives to build its artificial intelligence technology into a multibillion-dollar business.

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    3. Robots will take jobs, but not as fast as some fear, says report

      Robots will take jobs, but not as fast as some fear, says report

      Robots will take jobs, but not as fast as some fear, says report Differing assumptions, and sheer uncertainty about the future, explain the conflicting outlooks January 14, 2017 Last Updated at 01:10 IST email this article Type address separated by commas Your Email: Enter the characters shown in the image.

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    4. Robots Will Take Jobs, but Not as Fast as Some Fear, New Report Says

      Robots Will Take Jobs, but Not as Fast as Some Fear, New Report Says

      Continue reading the main story “This is going to take decades,” said James Manyika, a director of the institute and an author of the report. “How automation affects employment will not be decided simply by what is technically feasible, which is what technologists tend to focus on.” Advertisement Continue reading the main story The report, a product of years of research by the McKinsey group, adds to the growing body of research on automation and jobs.

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