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Sorting and tagging are what classifiers are best at. At their most basic they are able to take any input, identify it, and categorize it where it is best handled. This can go for systems meant to classify objects, emotions, symptoms, or anything else. Classifiers are aware and astute and often recognize things about you that you don’t yet. Be warned, however, that they tend to try to put you into a category yourself if you check all the boxes.