A SASSY bot can tell whether you have bad taste in music or not by looking at your Spotify account.
The “How Bad Is Your Streaming Music?” test looks at everything including playlists, most listened to and favourite artists.
You can try it with an Apple Music account as well.
The cheeky bot will show you what you listen to too much, as well as the artists you go for to “an uncomfortable extent”.
It also determines how “basic” you are, based on whether you listen to well-known singers and groups, or obscure ones.
But it’s not all bad – you may get a compliment too if you’re lucky.
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Be warned, there are some expletives.
You’ll have to give the AI bot permission to access your account for it to work its magic.
As you login with Spotify, the streaming service details exactly what will be used.
It includes, your name and username, your profile picture, how many followers you have on Spotify and your public playlists.
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It’ll also view your top artists and content, playlists you’ve made, playlists you follow and collaborative playlists.
The test is available from this website.
You can remove access by going to spotify.com/account once you’re done.
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The creators behind the test say: “This is a satirical project and does not use real artificial intelligence, but a faux pretentious music-loving AI.
“The code creates a custom blend of jokes from our database paired with the insights found in the artist, album, genre, and track data from your Spotify.”
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