20Q™ Game Show launches June 13, 2009

OTTAWA, CANADA, June 11, 2009—The world’s wittiest A.I. has guessed its way to its own prime time television game show. Starting June 13, 2009, GSN’s Big Saturday Night lineup kicks-off with 20Q™, the game show that pits players against the mind reading super-computer.

“Mr. Q”, powered by the 20Q A.I. and voiced by comedian Hal Sparks, co-hosts alongside real-time host Cat Deeley (So You Think You Can Dance).

In the game show 20Q™, contestants go head-to-head while they attempt to guess a mystery word through a series of clues. The winner of that round must then try to outwit the cunning Mr. Q in a classic game of twenty questions for a cash prize of $20,000. Viewers at home will find themselves in the heat of battle when they shout out answers as the game unfolds.

20Q™ airs at 8 p.m. ET on GSN beginning Saturday, June 13, 2009, for the summer season.

About 20Q.net Inc.
20Q™ is an award-winning artificial intelligence, a website, a company and a phenomenon that speaks for itself at http://20q.net. Players think of something, and 20Q™ guesses what’s on their mind in twenty questions or less. Robin Burgener, from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, developed the technology in 1988 and in the twenty-one years since it was created, the 20Q™ A.I. has played more than 70 million games and asked more than half a billion questions. With its ability to learn and discern, it has evolved from an experiment in artificial intelligence to exist off-the-Net as a handheld toy and game show.

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