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July 09, 2019, 06:08:44 PM
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I get some real weird ones

-fire hydrants
-peoples home addresses
-random numbers and letters in like *static filters*
-trees
-stairs
-cross walks
-street lights
-signs
-stores
-cars
-license plates

What is this information being used for? I doubt it is just to verify if human, This data has to be used for some drones, AI or something in the future I bet. The current AI can already identify all of this stuff and it is not good way to stop bots, how you stop bots is live randomized fingerprint and iris captcha`s. "look up, place thumb sideways, place thumb down, look right, look left" etc.
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July 09, 2019, 07:39:10 PM
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Hard to say, but one of the possibility is getting user's mouse movement (which also used to detect bots).

Image verification is just one minor way to detect bot/human, there are various known variable such as browser fingerprint, browser configuration, mouse movement, IP classification (direct connection, Tor, etc.), cookies (whether you use google service or not) & time to solve image.
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July 10, 2019, 06:10:23 PM
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Here is a very good podcast that talks about the story behind the captcha: https://www.npr.org/sections/money/2019/04/24/716854013/episode-908-i-am-not-a-robot

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#908: I Am Not A Robot


If you've ever signed up for anything online, you've probably taken a CAPTCHA test. Maybe you deciphered some scrambled letters and numbers. Maybe you clicked on a bunch of pictures of stop signs. Or maybe you just clicked a box that said "I am not a robot."

These tests are one of the annoyances we put up with to do stuff on the Internet. But the story of CAPTCHA is shockingly interesting. It includes the rise of artificial intelligence, the quest to digitize millions of old books and newspapers, and a shady underworld of human beings paid to solve thousands of CAPTCHAs a day.
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August 13, 2019, 01:51:41 PM
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I am getting a bunch now that make no sense, it is like "select the pictures of the bus" and there is no bus, but I select the random tree`s and it works.
"select the fire hydrant" and there is none, click a bunch of random cars and it works.

I am really fucking the AI up we are programming.
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August 13, 2019, 07:58:32 PM
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I get some real weird ones

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I think these are used because they can already identify this with the self driving car algos or even google maps erasing algos.
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