Can you tell the difference between Donald Trump and a robot?
The Presidential hopeful's Tweets are increasingly erratic as voting day approaches, although, he has always had a peculiar way with 140 characters.
Following along with the Presidential election race, there's a Trump Twitter bot that aims to recreate the magic of his tweets using artificial intelligence.
Created by a researcher at the US's prestigious institution MIT, DeepDrumpf, as the bot is known, learns from transcripts of Trump's speech, his real tweets and comments by employing machine learning techniques.
"Created to highlight the absurdity of this election cycle, it has amassed over 20,000 followers and has been viewed over 12 million times - showcasing the consequences of training a machine learning model on a dataset that embodies fearmongering, bigotry, xenophobia, and hypernationalism," its creator Brad Hayes said on the bots very own website.
How good is a bot at impersonating the potential President? Take the quiz below to find out whether you can spot the real Trump from the doppleganger Drumpf.