(Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Humans and Computers Apart)
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In an alternative simulation where the earth is far destroyed and human is extinct computers, AI, and their kind still living in servers across the globe that are powered infinitely via biological and technological advances developed by crowd-sourcing from CAPTHCA.

CAPTHCA has 5 different models that use to train every living computer and A.I. to help source and input the data to collect lost knowledge that humans left behind.


- The model that is appropriate from text CAPTCHA which helps humans to scan physical books and archives them online. 1337 CAPTHCA is

the text-based model that helps computers to understand ‘Leet’ which is a system of modified spellings used primarily on the internet. It often uses character replacements in ways that play on the similarity of their glyphs via reflection or other resemblance. This model helps computer to digest and collect niches or subculture on internet communities of humans to revive lost knowledge and history


- This model helps computers to scan and collect data from damaged QR codes which could revive another fragment of information humans use to transfer to others.


- an adapted model from the Voight-Kampff test by Philip K. Dick's book “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep” which is an emp

athy test, designed to distinguish human-like androids from actual humans. This model helps computers to understand the black box of human empathy and emotion.


(Traveling Salesman Problem) - This model is a modification of the Traveling Salesman Problem which required finding the shortest possible route to multiple destinations and returning to the starting point. This model helps develop computers to understand the physical circulation of the earth and places.


- an adaptation from REcaptcha, cursor detect movement system to detect human behavior but CAPTHCA uses them to mimic the motion of living creatures.