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Re: Alternate for Captcha - Need suggestions

From: Joshue O Connor <joshue.oconnor@ncbi.ie>
Date: Thu, 08 May 2008 13:53:58 +0100
Message-ID: <4822F7E6.6030408@ncbi.ie>
To: david@dorward.me.uk
Cc: w3c-wai-ig@w3.org

David Dorward wrote:
> On 8 May 2008, at 13:08, Priti Rohra wrote:
>> The questions would be picked randomly like
>>     • What is the color of an apple?
>> Would like some opinions on this.
> Use questions that don't have multiple correct answers...
> http://flickr.com/photos/8474053@N08/937365289/

Good point. Unless you also accept multiple answers. For instance if the 
inputted answer was /any/ colour chances are it was inputted by a human. 
I guess the spam robot algorithm could be set to look for keywords and 
them compare/associate it with some kind of related schema and add what 
it thinks are suitable values, but that is probably a little down the 
road. As there is no standard format for these things in the first place 
designers of these Capthca-alikes have carte blanche as to what form 
they take.




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