This is one reason many secure websites use Captchas — those pattern-recognition tests typically consisting of oddly shaped numbers and letters — to prevent computers (“bots”) from automatically registering on websites, spamming comment sections or joining email lists.
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Here’s a case where human capabilities cannot be matched by robots, although “artificial intelligence” promoters see this as only a matter of time. It reminds me of how quantum computing will be most useful for criminal hackers to break complex crypto codes faster. Is this really an innovation?