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Why Your Online Impersonation of a 16-year Old Girl Won't Last Long 137

Posted by timothy
from the because-soon-enough-you'll-be-17-anyhow dept.
An anonymous reader writes "Can computers pick up your age and gender from your tweets? If you want to give it a try, here's your chance: 'To develop your software for age and gender identification, we provide you with a training data set that consists of blog posts, Twitter tweets, social media texts, as well as hotel reviews.' Well, at least my paid Amazon reviews are safe for the time being..."
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Why Your Online Impersonation of a 16-year Old Girl Won't Last Long

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