All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘recaptcha’

Google Goes ‘No CAPTCHA’

Google announced that it’s rolling out an API for reCAPTCHA, which it has dubbed “No CAPTCHA reCAPTCHA”. It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything much about reCAPTCHA. Google acquired the company in 2009, and has since been using it to make the CAPTCHA experience on websites less annoying, among other things. A couple years, ago, they started using it …

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Google Puts Valentine’s Day-Themed CAPTCHAs All Over The Web

Google is really getting into the spirit of Valentine’s Day this year. Not only did they have a doodle, they had a different doodle for the U.S. than they did the rest of the world, and it was a very unique one with audio recordings of people telling “real” love stories. But it doesn’t end there. Google’s reCAPTCHA of all …

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Google Using ReCAPTCHA to Crowdsource Street View Addresses

Gizmodo is reporting that ReCAPTCHA is now using street view address images its spam filter as one of those words you have to put in to verify you’re human. Their article quotes Google as saying: We’re currently running an experiment in which characters from Street View images are appearing in CAPTCHAs. We often extract data such as street names and …

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