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# 181216 6-Oct-2015 20:25
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so for some strange reason i now have to log back on to geekzone forums on my mobile...if ONLY it were that easy as just a user name and password!!!

the STUUUUUPID capture code system doesnt freakin work... im pretty sure i can tell the difference between a street sign and a pizza so what the feck is going on with it??? keeps saying did not complete the captcha????

do we REAAALLLYYY need this friggen captcha shyte to log in even when using our name and password?

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  # 1401709 7-Oct-2015 13:18
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But what if bots use mobile and log in and spam?

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  # 1401711 7-Oct-2015 13:21
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There have been major advances in AI and image recognition, particularly street signs and food....


 
 
 
 


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  # 1401712 7-Oct-2015 13:22
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Should have gone to Specsavers?






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  # 1401769 7-Oct-2015 14:28
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I also had this issue when logging in to GZ on my new phone (desktop site).  Took ages to correctly pass the CAPTCHA system (street signs, and road name signs).  Quite frustrating.  I even tried the audio system instead of the images, but even that took a couple of goes.



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  # 1401774 7-Oct-2015 14:40
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dont know if its an issue with the size of pics or what, but on one captcha it had ZERO pictures with street signs...mmmm some pics show streets but no sign...whatever it is , IT AINT WORKIN!

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  # 1401791 7-Oct-2015 14:54
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Basically you are training Google engine to determine what a pizza and street sign is and improving the AI awareness. However there are others out there that intentionally sabotage this process by introducing minor errors into this logic by training this engine incorrectly :)

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  # 1402220 8-Oct-2015 10:09
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I've just been through a sequence of 16 sets of nine fuzzy pictures of street signs hidden behind bushes before finally get to copy random text into another text box. :(

 
 
 
 


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  # 1402255 8-Oct-2015 11:07
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You're still doing better than my login attempt on a Raspberry Pi, which told me that I hadn't completed a captcha that never appeared in the first place.

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  # 1402301 8-Oct-2015 12:13
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No problem for me using Chrome on my galaxy note (multiple times)





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