• @[email protected]
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    147 months ago

    Does anyone know the actual answer to this? If the object is a few pixels over the line would Google consider that to be on both squares?

    • @CaptainEffort
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      137 months ago

      Idk but I always click it anyway. Sometimes it’s fine, sometimes it makes me do another.

    • @[email protected]
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      137 months ago

      I’d expect the answers other users have given for a particular captcha will be used to both train the algorithm, and also to decide what constitutes a correct answer.

      So the right answer would be “the answer which a majority of humans would choose.”

      In my experience, correct means selecting squares that contain a significant portion of the thing. If its a tiny part then it’s irrelevant.

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        77 months ago

        Any tiny part, to me, is also part of the thing but that might then explain why I find those things so damn frustrating (I often get them “wrong”)

        All right, so now just the majority of the thing is the thing. Thanks

    • Jvrava9
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      37 months ago

      Im always identified as a bot in these situations