Sure, what I argued in my brief is that this is a bit like precision agriculture from 15 years ago. We heard all about it, but it didn't solve all the world's problems. It's the same with AI. I mentioned that big data, machine learning and AI are going to have trivial impacts on anything to do with BRM programming and won't do anything to help a whole lot with risk management at the farm level. I don't think it will have much of an impact.
Again, they're probably about two to three years ahead of us in the United States. They've moved down that road and have actually backed away from that road in terms of what that could offer them and in terms of better products or better pricing of the products. They've backed away from that, and I point that out in my written brief.