What’s the right answer though? I always would click it, but am uncertain whether the computer would recognize that.
@Have An Upvote, it doesn't matter and I've tested it. But it's not consistent which is annoying. Had it where I had to select bikes, and purposefully missed one and it still accepted it. But I've done others and accidentally missed one and it's told me to do it again. Anyway most of these just focus on how you select them, the speed and order you do it etc basically looking for autonomous movements and selections.
@Have An Upvote, you are a robot. That's why
@Have An Upvote, it goes by the general consensus, the first few dozen are gonna be just to get the idea off everyone, then when all humans agree, they have their answer. So really it could be either depending on the people being tested
@dj evolve fan club, but aren't we all though? Just slave robots to society.
@Have An Upvote, you have to select either 4 or 6 squares
@PsychedelicCow, I shall Thoreau that comment right back at you, good sir
@Codeine, that is exactly what a robot would say😡
@dj evolve fan club, youre accusing us all of being robots. A bit like a record on repeat. Been programmed with not enough functions there mate?
@Codeine, if then
@Have An Upvote, from what I understand there’s essentially three parts to it. It compares your choices to other users to see if you’re close to the average. It also checks your cursor movement and speed to see whether it’s straight lines (sign of a bot) or more curvy and random. Finally, it takes your choices and uses them to help train image-recognition AI.
Alright now do Crosswalks, now do Fire Hydrant, Now buses, ok do traffic lights again.
@Thone09, Artificial Intelligence learning how to drive
Prove me wrong