How do you feel about training Google's AI to mine more data related to you?
Just go to google.com/recaptcha/intro/index.html#creation-of-value and read.
I think that it's a great idea and I wouldn't have doubted to do the same if I was in their position. What is questionable here is what they might do with the data itself (feed the botnet, of course) but the way of using captchas is quite cool.
what google and other companies are going to do is, keep coming up with new ways to prove you're a human to mine more data from people and how people do things until computers can do everything humans do
>be anti-Google and advertising
>sign up for rewards program anyway
>be a big fucking sellout
At least Google is paying for the watch faces I downloaded
>mfw people don't already know this
How is this training the AI? They already know the answer. For example, If I get a picture and am asked to select all school buses and pick the trucks instead, I get another shittest.
Captcha needs to know the correct answer in the first place in order for you to put in an answer. At best, you are simply "confirming" data that their machine learning system already deciphered.
That said, I remember when it wanted me to click on all the sandwiches and showed hamburgers instead, and proposed disgusting vegetarian shakes as "drinks".
You get surveys and they credit your Google Play account.
Just got in a survey actually
Just one because I said I wouldn't vote
some people can get it wrong, but after a few dozens answer, most of them get the right ones and then knows you're probably wrong, but still uses your opinion if you pick a subset including most of the "right" ones.
If a photo had 4 milkshakes, I'd pick 3 milkshakes and a juice.
The system usually takes it as correct, but you can't do much damage anyway.
>Yfw I block those ads so really only Google loses!
No, not all. They will use the information you supplied for statistics. Besides, the ads you are blocking will be very different in the future. You will not even notice they are ads (dynamic product placement for example).
They don't give you money just because they like you, Jordan. They give you money because you give them value.
It knows some of the answeres and it intends that you teach them more. Like the captcha with words, there were usually two words, one that looked normal and the other was all twisted. Normally you had to write the "normal" word, since google already knew what it was and the "twisted" word was there to improve the software to recognize letters, and you could wrute whatever you wanted in that second word.
people keep thinking "operating nigger" really did anything but do you really think Google is dumb enough to let shit like that interfere with their work? don't you think they validate recaptcha answers across different websites and countries?
if you really think that one single point of failure can influence the outcome of their neural network, you are a fool
Except this new captcha is nothing like that. I just gives you 9 images and you have to select everything that fits. I have often tried to select additional images or slightly the same. For example sometimes I get "select street signs" and I also select traffic signs, but it catches me.
So I think it's just a good captcha.
11 cents isn't "money". By comparison, you can make roughly 100 times more doing just 1 hour of a minimum wage job.
You just sold your asshole to Google for 11 cents. Tip top kek, bro!
But I only worked for 10 seconds
That's 360 dollars an hour mate
Weak shit senpai
>Weak shit senpai
>I sold my dignity to an advertising corporation for $4.50 last month!!