Microsoft has created new facial recognition software which claims to be able to identify people's age and gender based solely on a single photo.
Forget the bold leap into the future this technology brings, the website has caused a viral sensation as millions of people check out how they fare and whether a robot can correctly guess their age or not. (Check out #HowOldRobot on Twitter).
Warning: this can either ruin your day completely or put a spring in your step.
What about the business world's top bosses? How old does Microsoft's new faces detection robot think they are? Who's had a tough time and who's been sleeping in tupperware?
Sir Martin Sorrell
He's the highest paid FTSE boss. But does his new £43m pay packet come at a cost?
Actual age: 70
Robot age: 60
The boss of easyJet is certainly not feeling the effects of jetlag
Actual age: 53
Robot age: 31
Are Tesco's tough times taking a toll? Or is it just a bad camera angle?
Actual age: 50
Robot age: 55
The Lloyds boss was upbeat about the bank's performance today. The robot's upbeat too.
Actual age: 51
Robot age: 45
Not only is Helge Lund pocketing millions for two months work at BG Group, the robots are on the oil bosses side.
Actual age: 52
Robot age: 46
Check out how old you are according to a robot… if you dare