A third-party group, called Watson 2016 Foundation, has set up a website where voters can learn more about where Watson stands on the issues of the day. According to the group, Watson is a proponent of ending homelessness, national healthcare, and free university education. Bernie Sanders might be given a run for his money if Watson decides to throw its hat into the ring. The group didn’t immediately respond with requests confirming who had set up the site.

Representatives for Watson were quick to respond to comments about the presidential speculation, but didn’t provide Quartz with a firm answer on whether Watson would ever run:

IBM’s Watson is not running for President, though we’re humbled by the suggestion. Right now, Watson is focused on other important work like helping doctors improve healthcare and teachers improve education.

Until Watson itself once and for all speaks out, it’s likely that the “will-it-won’t-it” speculations will continue well beyond tomorrow’s primary vote in New Hampshire. If Watson does join the race, one question will still remain: Who will it choose as a running mate? Reports are that Siri is looking for more to do, but Amazon’s Alexa is having a bit of a moment right now. Watson definitely has some options.

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