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Linux Inside … Jeopardy! AI

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Yesterday, like many of you, I read about IBM’s project to create software that can compete effectively with humans on the popular game Jeopardy!.

Much of the media coverage was focused on the artificial intelligence aspects of the project.

All this is very cool and I think the media had the story right and focused on the right aspects of the story.

This morning, though, a question occurred to me that I had not seen answered in any of the articles I read.

Would this innovative new software be running on Linux by any chance?

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