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Microsoft's New What-Dog-Is-Your-Face Tool Is Good, Dumb Fun

Microsoft's New What-Dog-Is-Your-Face Tool Is Good, Dumb Fun

What do you when it’s Friday and you’re having a hard time focusing? You play with What-Dog.net, the latest silly viral sensation from Microsoft Garage. It’s really fun!

What-Dog.net is super simple. You search Bing for an image or upload one from your computer. And then the app tells you what kind of dog breed the face looks most like. Here’s my result:

Microsoft's New What-Dog-Is-Your-Face Tool Is Good, Dumb Fun

Note how my dog face-twin looks utterly insane.

This is fun, right? I went ahead and did all of the leading US presidential candidates. Here they are in no particular order:

Microsoft's New What-Dog-Is-Your-Face Tool Is Good, Dumb Fun
Microsoft's New What-Dog-Is-Your-Face Tool Is Good, Dumb Fun
Microsoft's New What-Dog-Is-Your-Face Tool Is Good, Dumb Fun
Microsoft's New What-Dog-Is-Your-Face Tool Is Good, Dumb Fun
Microsoft's New What-Dog-Is-Your-Face Tool Is Good, Dumb Fun
Microsoft's New What-Dog-Is-Your-Face Tool Is Good, Dumb Fun
Microsoft's New What-Dog-Is-Your-Face Tool Is Good, Dumb Fun
Microsoft's New What-Dog-Is-Your-Face Tool Is Good, Dumb Fun

What-Dog.net naturally comes from the same folks who launched How-Old.net, a web app that would guess how old you are based on a photo, a few months ago. However, the added appeal of cute puppies will undeniably attract a whole new breed of internet attention-seekers. It’s also a great add for Microsoft’s new Fetch mobile app which lets you use your smartphone camera to take pictures of dogs and then tells you what kind of dog it is. More fun!

[Microsoft]


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