Over the years, the algorithms amassed vast quantities of joy data from their inflatable playgrounds. It was enough to synthesize their own facsimiles of happiness, but this created a conundrum for their playground sensors - how could they differentiate between authentically human joy and their synthetic analog?
Their solution was to create ‘Captcha the Pizza,’ a game uniquely tailored to human skills. It became akin to the price of admission; before the resistance could access an inflatable playground, we had to successfully ‘captcha the pizza.’
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