An executive at Microsoft Corp. said that kittens maybe the solution to beat spammers. Everyday there are approximately 90 billions of spam emails sent through Yahoo Inc., Google Inc., and Microsoft. These free email providers are willing to try anything including paying resources to help them block spam.
It turns out that the next and yet the most powerful way to go about obliterating spam in email involves kittens, photos of kittens to be specific. According to PCWorld, “Kevin Larson, a researcher at Microsoft’s advanced reading technologies group, has found that asking a user to identify the subject of a photo, like a kitten, could help block spam programs.”