Married to our computers?

Behavior patterns and emotion aren’t the first things we think of when we think of computers. But it turns out that computers are pretty adept at judging our personality traits – and in some cases they are better than our own friends and family. When it comes to openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness and neuroticism a computer that has been fed a steady diet of our Facebook likes “knows” us as well as a spouse.

New Stanford research finds computers are better judges of personality than friends and family