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The ending of the children's book "I Want My Hat Back" by Jonathan Klassen implies that a rabbit was eaten by a bear. It is not stated explicitly, but clues throughout the short picture book make it clear what happened. Most human readers of a certain age can connect the dots, but when could AI?

I call it the Bear Eats A Rabbit (BEAR) Test.

I am working on a documentary about this very question and looking for more opinions on the feasibility of the task (hence why I am asking you fine people!).

See the first episode here.