Computers Don't Sue For Overtime Pay...Yet


With the coming of Watson—I.B.M.’s new synthetic Jeopardy! contestant—jobs that require discretion and independent judgment may become a relic of the pre-digital age. This forecast may only exacerbate the plaintiffs’ angst in Hodge v. Aon Insurance Services 2011 DJDAR 3006, who the Second Appellate District Court designated as exempt administrative employees.

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