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Forget Sherlock Holmes, IBM’s Watson Can Solve the Mystery of Your Tax Refund

Forget Sherlock Holmes, IBM’s Watson Can Solve the Mystery of Your Tax Refund

In 2011, the world was introduced to IBM’s supercomputer Watson after it handily won the television quiz show Jeopardy!. Since then, Watson has been utilized in a variety of helpful ways, including customer service for Macy’s and Geico, as well as medical research. Today, Watson is being tapped by H&R Block to assist the public with an issue that affects every American, their taxes.

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