Can robots be racist? It appears that way, per results from Beauty.AI, a beauty competition designed to take prejudices out of the mix by having algorithms do the judging instead of humans.

But results from the competition indicate that even ‘bots have biases, the Guardian reports. Forty-four winners were chosen out of about 6,000 entrants from all over the globe who uploaded pics to Youth Laboratories’ site, allowing the “robot jury” to make its assessments based on supposedly objective criteria such as facial symmetry and how many wrinkles and pimples a person had, TNW.com notes.