It's the game show where an answer is given: "The Father of Our Country; he didn't really chop down a cherry tree" and a short question is to be given by the contestant: "Who is George Washington?" So this involves using language, understanding and knowledge to get the solution.
IBM took the challenge of making a computer system that could compete, like a human player, in this game. It's called WATSON. It sits like a contestant and gets its input as a text file and processes it itself - no outside internet access or human intervention. And the results were amazing.
This brings an interesting question. What does it mean to understand something? Right now what WATSON is doing is looking all the word in the answer given up in its database and assigning a probabilty to the correct question. Outside the system it looks like the system understands it. But imagine WATSON played Jeopardy! in Chinese. And imagine instead of a computer running the program it was a non-chinese speaking person running the program by hand. It takes in Chinese characters as input, processes it by hand according to the program, and outputs Chinese. Would you say that the human understood Chinese?