Absolutely. The trends of increasing software sophistication and capacity are truly astounding. While there is much hype surrounding what is currently possible, there is also much evidence to suggest that in the near to medium-term future, even the most intellectually demanding tasks associated with legal research will be entirely automated. When it comes to recall, memory, and speed of computation, humans simply cannot compete with computers. Computers still have a ways to go, however, when it comes to analytical reasoning, drawing inferences, and following a line of argument. Whether these skills are simply derived from some combination of recall, memory, and computation, or if there is still much to learn about higher order cognitive processes, full automation of legal research is inevitable.