Meet ROSS, 'the world's first artificially intelligent attorney'. Duplicating the success of Watson, an IBM cognitive computing experiment, a startup is attempting to create an AI Attorney that can learn, research, understand questions and get smarter as it is used. I still don't think I am wrong in believing that lawyering will always require more than rote knowledge and analysis. Give me a "genuinely human" intelligent attorney any day. Of course, an AI legal assistant would be nice.