Check out the Gender Genie.

Feed it a big chunk of text from your blog or whatever, and the Gender Genie should be able to identify you as a male or female, using keyword analysis. Pretty whack idea, but it correctly identified me as male. It looks really simple, too. Apparently, using the word “with” a lot pegs you as female and using “around” a lot means you’re male. Who knew?


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5 Responses to “The "Gender Genie" determines sex of an author based on keywords”

  1. Anonymous says:

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  2. Anonymous says:

    hmm…it got me right too (female, btw). i prolly shouldn’t have submitted a post about going to the obgyn.

  3. Nardolen says:

    That was pretty interesting. I must have a very female mind, since I submitted a few paragraphs and the most male I ever scored was close to even. The largest paragraph gave me 201 to 20 female.

  4. Anonymous says:

    are the and is. Those are the words which gave me away as a dude. DAMMIT.

  5. Vemrion says:

    Ah-HA!! I knew it! okay, i didn’t really know that you’re secretly a guy; that’s why this genie is so useful! It’s already outed two people! 🙂

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