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This old English game show highlighted where the future of AI is heading

The Crystal Maze, the popular UK television show from the early 1990s, included a puzzle that is very useful for explaining one of the main conundrums in artificial intelligence. The puzzle appeared a few times in the show’s Futuristic Zone, one of four zones in which a team of six contestants sought to win “time crystals” that bought time to win prizes at the Crystal Dome at the end of the show.
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