[Athen] Accessibility of Google's Invisible CAPTCHA

Anna Marie Golden amgolden at uw.edu
Mon Apr 2 10:29:56 PDT 2018

I'm wondering about Google's Invisible CAPTCHA. It sounds good in theory
because it should be seamless to users. My thought is it is still highly
inaccessible because some users will still be challenged, and if they are
challenged, the same accessibility issues will exist for users to prove
they are not robots.

If you have used the Invisible CAPTCHA, how seamless is the experience for
various types of users? I wonder because my experience with reCAPTCHA has
not been a good one- I almost always get challenged and end up annoyed with
how many attempts I have to make before Google finally gets that I'm a

--Anna Marie
(First name = "Anna Marie")

*Anna Marie Golden, MHCID*

*​Master of Human-Computer Interaction + Design, Class of 2014​*

*IT Accessibility Specialist*

*Accessible Technology Services, UW-IT(206) 221-4164*

*Mailing Address:Box 354842University of Washington*

*Seattle, WA 98195-4842*

*Street Address:*

*4545 Building*

*4545 - 15th Avenue NE, Suite 100*

*Seattle, Washington 98105http://www.washington.edu/accessibility/
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