The Google Arts and Culture app has a race problem
The Google Arts and Culture app (available on iOS and Android) has been around for two years, but this weekend, it shot to the top of both major app stores because of a small, quietly added update.
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The newest feature lets you take a selfie, then searches a database of well-known artworks from around the world to match your photo with a face from a museum piece.
The software uses advanced artificial intelligence and facial recognition to analyze patterns in your face, then find similar traits across real photos and paintings. It’s a fun experiment — especially if you get a good match. Read more…More about Google, Apps, Art, App, and Racism
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