Captcha tool teaches users South African languages

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The average person spends ten seconds every day completing a captcha, in order to prove they are not a bot and access websites. Now, online multilingual dictionary Bilingo has created iCAPTCHA, which will put that time to better use by enabling the process to teach residents words from South Africa's 11 official languages. Anyone with a website can use iCAPTCHA and help teach South Africans their neighboring languages one word at a time. The free tool can be added to any website’s backend using a few simple lines of code. Then, when users visit the site, instead of a regular…

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