Going through prove-you’re-a-human reCAPTCHA test is sometimes annoying. And it becomes more frustrating when you have to do it continuously for a website even if you’ve visited it before. Google wants to make this frustration a thing of the past by making CAPTCHA an undetectable user experience. Invisible reCAPTCHA, its new system uses algorithms rather than your input to determine whether you’re a human or a bot, meaning that there’s no need of your interaction at all.
Advanced Risk Analysis technology
Invisible reCAPTCHA is based on the tech giant’s Advanced Risk Analysis technology, which makes the judgment considering your behavior. It’s a step up from Google’s No CAPTCHA reCAPTCHA that the company released last year. It’s a system that requires you to tick a box next to “I’m not a robot,” and then to solve a puzzle or type a word containing indecipherable letters.
It’s still not sure how Invisible reCAPTCHA will work or how much data it will vacuum up. However, there’s already a lot of user data for it to gobble up as the search giant addresses reCAPTCHA as the most widely CAPTCHA provider around the world.
The service is completely free. Google says its Invisible reCAPTCHA is coming soon, so websites interested in using this service can register here.