â€œCompletely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart.” Captcha codes are omnipresent on the web since a while and in a certain way they tell a lot about our relation to the machine world. I am waiting for the day when they will be extinct on the web (just a matter of time till software+cpu will be stronger) but maybe return in real life?
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