Meet ROSS, "the world's first artificially intelligent attorney." I recently wrote about a lawyer who put in for overtime, and may win if he can demonstrate that his work "did not involve the use of any legal judgment or discretion." See Was lawyer doing robot work, so FLSA overtime is due?
The court bought in to this, saying that the lawyer was alleging that he "provided services that a machine could have provided."
I wondered out loud whether the court had heard of smart machines that play chess or even do judicial work.