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A peek behind the curtain as IBM Watson Media flexes its AI muscle at the US Open

Excitement abounds on and off the court at this year's US Open, where fans enjoyed an all-American women's semifinal round on Thursday evening for the first time in 36 years. Advancing to the finals are Madison Keys and Sloane Stephens, who becomes just the fourth unseeded woman in US Open history to reach the finals. The two will compete on Saturday for a record $3.7 million prize, part of the Open's $50 million purse, the tournament's highest ever payout.
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