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Soon, forms won't need to ask if you're human to know that you're human

It's a bit of a necessary inconvenience these days -the CAPTCHA on web forms to make sure whoever is filling it out isn't actually a spam bot - but over the last couple of years, you may have noticed the CAPTCHA challenges themselves becoming easier and easier, to the point where, a lot of the time, all it takes is for a user to tick an "I'm not a robot" check box. Soon, thanks to machine learning, even that won't be necessary. Google has announced the Invisible reCaptcha which claims to identify bots without explicitly setting challenges to users.

Google doesn't go into much detail on how it works, only saying that the system uses "a combination of machine learning and advanced risk analysis that adapts to new and emerging threats."

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