Screwing with Microsoft’s age guessing machine is frickin’ hilarious

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In the three-hour keynote of Microsoft’s second day of the Build Developer Conference, one of the more amusing highlights was How-Old.net, an age-guessing algorithm that does what it advertises using face-recognition technology. Although the website warned that the demo does not promise complete accuracy, most have been able to get fairly reasonable results. (I turn 26 later this year, this photo was taken a month before my 25th birthday). Others? Not so much. Nailed it. http://t.co/Mf6PCn5iAW @rwaggoner http://pic.twitter.com/Fqbb1jYZ54 — Lauren Cunningham (@LaurenSlypig) April 30, 2015 As with most computer algorithms, you can totally game the whole system if you wanted…

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