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Old 29th-September-2016, 02:52 AM   #1
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Default Machine learning related to MBTI

I'm looking for any websites that take a machine learning approach to MBTI assessment or any other such topics related to MBTI.

As far as I understand it assessments currently are made with the cognitive functions and their interplay, as told by the theory, in mind.

Two sites I've found both of which aren't working properly at the time of writing are:
https://hlt058.cse.ust.hk/
which is a chatbot that is meant to be able to tell the users MBTI type from a video call and the answers the users gives to various questions it asks

http://typingdna.com/rtest/typingtest
Takes in text, demands that you retype some paragraphs and gives you your predicted type as well as some other info.

also https://classifi.me/ which requires someone who uses Instagram (which I dont do so cannot test) to type you, someone try this and repost back the accuracy.

As I said the first two don't seem to be working at the time of posting this. If you find more of such interesting sites where machine learning is used to analyse MBTI data do share it here.
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Why not do one ourselves? Simply need a set of data from a set of people - their writing, or photographs, and for the training set their identified type. Typing a person from a video of them would be a challenge, and very interesting.
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Default Re: Machine learning related to MBTI

Well since you asked, here it is https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/7M8WPPS (not the data, but the survey which we can hopefully collect the data through)

I left the photographs out cause they are icky. Now comes the annoying part where the link must be spammed all over the place.
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