November 30, 1999 in News from Our Companies

Pramana Press

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Last week while the rest of the world was hustling to get ready for Thanksgiving, ATDC member company Pramana was hustling to get featured in Forbes.

Pramana's HumanPresent technology enables Web sites and applications to know that a human is on the other side of a transaction.  The problem is this. The current alternative to HumanPresent technology are those annoying deformed letters, words, and numbers, that sites such as TicketMaster use to make sure that only humans and not robots are trying to access their site.  These are called CAPTCHAs for Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart.  And who has not tried a CAPTCHA at least once and failed?

With Pramana's technology CAPTCHAs could be a thing of the past.  And that would make the Internet a much more enjoyable place. 

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