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While Simon Cowell has made tens of millions of pounds in his career as a talent show judge, many would argue his particular brand of self satisfied smugness and mildly visible detest is easy to replicate.
And a computer scientist from the University of Sussex may have proved them right.
Dr Nick Collins has programmed three computer judges for a dubstep talent contest, taking place in London later this week, using a program called SuperCollider.
The judges, named Kode Fine, Critex and Judge Rules (see what he's done there?) are all programmed, using a series of algorithms, to have their own tastes, quirky character traits and guilty pleasures.
There's also a catch in that all the entrants to the contest are also going to be programmed using SuperCollider.
SuperCollider is 'fed' a diet of music in order for it to learn the rules of that musical style. So after several hours of daily dubstep (the recent, old, commercial and good) they are now ready to create and judge the genre, apparently.
Rumours that one of the robot judges has had a fling with Dannii Minogue remain unfounded.
Check out the warm up party below.