Google's security AI is now so smart it doesn't need to ask if you're "not a robot"

#Google’s security #AI has become so smart, it can now tell whether you’re a human or a robot without asking you to check a box or solve annoying puzzles… most of the time, anyway. We’ve all come across CAPTCHAs, those challenges that ask you to type in the characters you see in scrambled images (the a acryonym […] [Read More]

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#Google’s security #AI has become so smart, it can now tell whether you’re a human or a robot without asking you to check a box or solve annoying puzzles… most of the time, anyway.
As bots and spammers became more sophisticated, it seemed CAPTCHA’s were getting harder and harder for even regular old humans to solve.
HereThen in 2014, #Google announced the ‘reCAPTCHA,’ which did away with the puzzles in favor a simple checkbox.
Now #Google says its #AI – or what it calls an “advanced risk analysis engine” – has gotten so good it doesn’t even need the checkbox.
Only the “most suspicious traffic” will be asked to solve a puzzle, but developers can alter this behavior to some degree.

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#Google says its #AI has gotten so good it doesn’t even need the CAPTCHA checkbox anymore. #Security #Trend

Source: The Next Web