Google will now tell you which famous piece of art do you look like

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Google is rolling out a new update for its Art and Culture app which will let you compare your selfie to a famous piece of art. The feature was first showcased back in January but was restricted. Now the company has made the feature available for users worldwide.

Starting today, users worldwide can use Google’s Art and Culture app to make Art Selfie. For the feature to work, Google uses vision technology based on machine learning to match your selfie with the art stored in the Google’s library. Once you click a selfie, Google will match it with arts from its library and show you the results in percentage based on the accuracy between you and the art. Moreover, you can also browse and read more about the art and the artist.

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Google even plans to add the feature to Google Lens which lets users discover more about their surroundings.

In the same spirit, keep an eye out for Art Selfie as an option in Google Lens on Android next time you use Lens on artwork.

– Google

For now, you can head below to download the Art and Culture app from the Play Store or iTunes Store. Do let us know your thoughts about the app in the comments section below.

Google Arts & Culture
Google Arts & Culture
Developer: Google LLC
Price: Free
‎Google Arts & Culture
‎Google Arts & Culture
Developer: Google LLC
Price: Free

Via: Neowin

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