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It is astonishing and very seriously worrying that any member of the judiciary, let alone the LCJ, can seriously think that a computer will in the foreseeable future, or even ever, be able accurately to translate the fine nuances of a legal argument or evidence.
Anyone who with the faintest understanding of the work of an interpreter would realize that there is far more to interpreting than the literal translation of individual words and phrases.
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