"Watson" — an IBM artificial intelligence supercomputer will be competing on upcoming episodes of Jeopardy to be aired from February 14th to 16th.
To prove his worth, the computer is up against two legendary Jeopardy champions: Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter.
In part of a test match that was released (seen above), Watson beat his human opponents, racking up $4,400, compared to Ken's $3,400 and Brad's $1,200.
Watson immediately took his $4,400 to Vegas where his ability to calculate perfect odds won him a quick $300,000 at a Palms blackjack table.
Unfortunately, casino security became suspicious when Watson removed his hat to scratch his head and realized that he was computer.
He was taken out back, stripped of his winnings and roughed up pretty bad.
Watson was last seen displaying porn for spare change in an alley behind the Laughlin Harrah's — having sunk as low as a common public library PC.
Success is a bitch, Watson. Bet no one in the IBM artificial intelligence department ever taught you that, huh?