The website and recent Microsoft project What-Dog.net uses artificial intelligence to identify dog breeds based on a photo. But unsurprisingly, people have been taking the software and using it on pictures of themselves:

What Dog gets me way more than my psychiatrist does pic.twitter.com/0MtUcfyoyJ

— Emily Reynolds (@rey_z) February 11, 2016

Here is me at 17 and the results at What Dog dot Net pic.twitter.com/7K5XVsjEcq

— Richard Hay (@WinObs) February 11, 2016

In case your day isn't quite made yet, here's https://t.co/24C5L2BOOS calling me "agile." pic.twitter.com/p4MNJ0NbgN

— Bodil (@bodil) February 12, 2016

In honor of tonight’s GOP debate in South Carolina, here are the six remaining presidential candidates filtered through what-dog.net:


While the software recognizes faces, it does have its limits:

Good job, @Microsoft. https://t.co/9cIgYdjNFW#whatDogRobotpic.twitter.com/gDy8xEBLBn

— Izzy Galvez (@iglvzx) February 12, 2016

Fair enough, What-Dog Robot.