How dangerous is your Spotify? You need to try mine. This received me laughing so laborious 😂 pic.twitter.com/fkLiVVQfG9
— Patricia ♡ (@gaxxgiggles) December 23, 2020
The bot will immediate you to log in along with your Spotify account. It guarantees to not submit or change something — it is solely hungry in your listening knowledge. After it processes your listening habits and asks a number of snarky questions, it spits out a string of imply, unnervingly correct jabs at your taste in music.
The bot advised one member of the Engadget staff (who shall stay anonymous) that “your Spotify was please-read-my-manuscript-60-dollar-white-tshirt-local-talk-radio-bumper-sticker-bitch dangerous.” It knowledgeable one other their listening exercise was “kombucha-brewing-too-many-feelings-BTS-is-great-please-dont-ddos-us dangerous.” Ouch.
I simply tried “How dangerous is your Spotify” on my account and I really feel attacked. pic.twitter.com/r6b4uwLlMP
— AniPlaylist (@AniPlaylist) December 23, 2020
It shows a string of stats together with one indicating how fundamental you’re. Even when your musical style falls largely exterior the mainstream, the AI may say “there’s a cause no one listens to the identical stuff as you.” Thanks, bot. As a substitute of merely telling you which ones songs you replayed most frequently, it will say that “you hear to those tracks an excessive amount of.” It would flag an artist you have been listening to usually and ask should you’re okay.
Earlier than you begin gazing at your sneakers and considering the alternatives you made that led to those insults, keep in mind the AI is only a little bit of enjoyable. That, or it is a silly jerk that, like, simply would not get you.