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Bots vs Humans on a Map


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Geographical distributions of humans vs bots. The bot patterns depend on whether the bots are advanced or not.

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Bots vs Humans on a Map

  1. 1. September 2017 / Page 0marketing.scienceconsulting group, inc. Bots vs Humans On A Map Marketing Science and advanced analytics expert Peter Zajonc studied the geographic distribution of human and bot segments. Overall, the geographical distribution of bot segments mirrored the geolocations of human segments well. But, when advanced bots are distinguished from less advanced bots, it is clear that the more sophisticated bots also 1) disguised or randomized their geolocations, or 2) are made from malware on actual humans’ PCs, which corroborates previous findings from other fraud researchers. Humans (blue) vs Bots (red) – not much visual difference in geographic distribution Less sophisticated bots – these bots did not disguise their geolocations to appear to be from residential IPs. So this map shows locations that are more sparse and concentrated in cities that are known to have large data centers or colocation facilities. Humans (blue) vs Bots (red) – closeups show humans are mainly in metropolitan areas, while some bots are observed in unpopulated areas outside of cities.