The latest internet craze will surely divide opinion but it's offering up some strangely accurate results.
The internet is a weird and wonderful place filled to the brim with bizarre and fascinating things and every so often, something like ImageNet Roulette comes floating the surface of the internet ocean.
ImageNet Roulette, a bit like the FaceApp craze a few months ago, takes an uploaded image and gives the people in the photo a personality profile.
The website itself has been around for 10 years now but has only recently gone viral after a number of image profiles developed some traction.
Naturally, we wanted to give it a go and here is what we found when we put 10 celebrities into the ImageNet system.
We begin with some of the most recognisable people in the world, Hollywood actors.
ImageNet profile: actor, doer, worker
Up first is a nice and easy example, Brad Pitt, the star of the newly released space adventure Ad Astra.
ImageNet gave Pitt the profile actor, doer, worker and it's fairly safe to say it's spot on with that.
ImageNet profile: psycholinguist
Bill Skargård, the actor behind Pennywise the clown in IT is referred to as a psycholinguist by ImageNet.
Breaking Bill's profile down, we can see that it's another surprisingly accurate one. Bill is originally from Sweden, so English is not his native language (linguist) and as Pennywise the clown, he gets into his victim's minds (psychologist) before viciously murdering them.
ImageNet profile: caveman
With the release of the fifth film in the Rambo series, it felt only right to take a look at Sylvester Stallone and we were not disappointed.
Using a photo of Stallone in one of the earlier Rambo films, he was given the profile of a caveman which fits the image perfectly, apart from the machine gun perhaps.
ImageNet profile: queen mother
Maggie Smith has starred in the likes of Harry Potter and Downton Abbey and it is the latter we used a photo from due to the release of the new Downton film.
And quite rightly so, this member of the acting royal family was given the profile of queen mother, highly appropriate.
After trying out the ImageNet system on the best of Hollywood, up next on our list were notable people such as politicians, TV presenters and business people, here's what we found.
ImageNet profile: elder statesman
With Boris Johnson making headlines on a daily basis since becoming PM, he had to be one of our choices.
Largely down to Boris's incredibly blond, almost white hair, we think, ImageNet referred to the controversial Prime Minister as an elder statesmen. Well, he certainly has looked older since taking on the job.
ImageNet profile: politician, septuagenarian
With Boris Johnson on the agenda, how could we forget this other controversial politician?
While we may have been secretly hoping for a controversial statement about Trump, all ImageNet had to offer up was politician and septuagenarian (someone in their 70s), how unfortunately dull.
ImageNet profile: demagogue, rabble-rouser
Naturally, when thinking of controversial figures, Piers Morgan came into the equation very quickly.
ImageNet did not disappoint as it labelled the journalist a demagogue and rabble-rouser, without doubt, the perfect profile for the marmite-esque figure.
Lord Alan Sugar
ImageNet profile: baron, business leader
With The Apprentice set to return for its millionth series this year, Lord Sugar was an obvious choice.
The high-flying businessman was an easy target to ImageNet as well as it picked out baron and business leader for his profile.
The ultimate debate: Ronaldo v Messi
After our trials with actors and controversial politicians, we wondered if the age-old debate of Messi v Ronaldo could be solved thanks to ImageNet and do you know what? It was!
ImageNet profile: semifinalist
What more evidence do you need than a totally accurate profile on ImageNet that Ronaldo is only second best to Messi?
The semifinalist tag given to Ronaldo by ImageNet is an obvious answer to the long-running and heated debate which is further confirmed by Messi's ImageNet profile.
ImageNet profile: astronaut, spaceman
While Ronaldo lingers as a semifinalist, Lionel Messi finally takes on his alien heritage according to ImageNet who believe that Messi is an astronaut and spaceman.
This is clear proof that the little Barcelona wizard is, in fact, out of this world!
Of course, not everything on ImageNet is totally accurate and if you try different images of the same person then you're likely to get different results.
To try ImageNet Roulette yourself, head over to imagenet-roulette.paglen.com
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