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A reverse CAPTCHA designed to filter out humans

"Humans Not Invited", a project by the artist damjanski, shows you a CAPTCHA that can be solved by robots using AI vision -- but not by humans, with our useless watery meatsack eyes. As Motherboard reports: The internet artist dropped the site on Hacker News last week. Not long after, people had found a way to create bots to bypass the test. Since then, Damjanski said he and a team of two other friends have been reevaluating and toughening the challenge.
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