OTTAWA, CANADA, November, 17, 2006—In-the-know parent of four,
and world-wide celebrity Rosie O’Donnell, was positively gushing about the award winning 20Q handheld game on ABC’s “The View–Hot Holiday Toys” episode. The segment was viewed by an estimated 2.9 million people.
As a toy expert gave an overview of her recommendations for best-bet toys for this holiday season, Ms. O’Donnell picked up a 20Q handheld game and said: “This is my pick. I think this is the best toy I’ve seen in five years! Buy
this toy! 20Q!”
Here at 20Q, we were thrilled to hear about Ms. O’Donnell’s laudatory recommendation. Next, we’d like to introduce Ms. O’Donnell to the new 20Q Junior.
20Q Junior is poised to delight the early reader crowd with its kid-friendly design, cheeky banter, and eye-popping graphic cards that help youngsters choose something to think about.
We hope that Rosie will join our fan club.
20Q is an artificial intelligence, a website, a company and a phenomenon that speaks for itself online at http://20q.net. Players think of
an animal, vegetable, mineral or other item, and 20Q guesses what they are thinking in twenty questions, or less.
Each time the online game is played it “learns” a little more. After more than 48
million games played, 20Q has evolved from an experiment in artificial intelligence into a software development firm that licenses games built on the capabilities of the 20Q A.I. Robin Burgener, the inventor, has been nurturing the technology
The future is promising for 20Q.net Inc., located in Ottawa, Canada. 20Q has been translated into 21 languages, and the specialty versions of the handheld electronic game, 20Q Rock & Pop, 20Q Sports and
20Q Junior are in stores now. 20Q Mobile for the cell phone is licensed to I–play.