Traditional captcha identifies bots from legitimate users with cognitive challenge. Humans are good at visual recognition task such as image or item recognition, whereas machines not. However, with the development of machine learning, machines are also capable of these cognition tasks. To defend against the sophisticated bot threats, traditional CAPTCHA has to be harder, which leads to high user friction and translates to reduced conversion rates.
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GeeTest Reliefs Your Users from the Security Burden
To solve the security vs user experience problem, GeeTest developed AI-powered Slide CAPTCHA in 2012. Instead of visual recognition challenge, GeeTest asks visitors to play a puzzle game. While visitors interact with the captcha, GeeTest collects data for its AI-powered risk engine to identify malicious features. By this way, GeeTest distinguishes legitimate humans with an intuitive interaction and relief users from a challenge based security burden.