The Bongard problem is simple. The name comes from computer scientist Mikhail Moiseevich Bongard, the first to put in use a meta-rational approach to problem-solving.
It’s a drawing split into two parts. On both sides of it, usually, six geometrical pictures are drawn. The problem aims to find one, and only one solution that explains the similarity between the two pairs of six pictures.
The problem could look similar to any IQ logic test provided to students in the past decades. But, it’s not.