New Captcha System Uses Feelings To Separate Humans From Machines

New Captcha System Uses Feelings To Separate Humans From Machines
technology

Everyday online activity is transformed to stop and make you feel.

Libby Garrett
  • 9 october 2012

An activist group called Civil Rights Defenders has developed a new Captcha system that keeps spambots out while informing Internet users of global civil rights issues. Instead of visually decoding images of distorted letters, the new system presents a human rights question and asks users how it makes them feel.

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