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How 3 Hackers Poked Google In the Eye and beat Recaptcha

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  • by Mal-2 (675116)

    It's a shame that this is basically a means of identifying short recordings, rather than actual speech recognition. If they'd achieved 99% success at turning six spoken words (with obscuring noise) to text, that would actually be a significant advance in speech recognition rather than a means to attack one specific implementation. It would come in very handy for interpreting someone trying to yell into the phone in a noisy environment. It might even greatly reduce the texting-while-driving problem, if peopl

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