>can't figure out which ones are traffic lights
google recaptcha is weird. there are times when i'm sure that i've clicked on all the traffic lights, but i'm never certain if i should click on the outside housing of the traffic light if it bleeds into another square. then i wonder if i failed because i should only be clicking on the square with the illuminated traffic light and not the housing, but i don't know what the traffic light housing would be other then part of the traffic light. so, if google is using recaptchas to train ai for navigation, i fear that the future will be full of robot trucks and drones constantly clipping traffic light housings because they don't think those are traffic lights. then they proceed to mow down pedestrians three blocks away because even though that crosswalk is pixelated to nothingness at the image's vanishing point, it surely should be there and should have been clicked on, but the recaptcha didn't seem to care in that case.
if there traffic light in image, click that square even if little bit.
recaptcha is made to help ai image object recognition, keep that in mind, so when it asks you to do things like click bicycles or traffic lights it's basically getting a human to look at images it's had some minor trouble telling what it is to confirm what it thinks it is.