Google Arts and Culture Face Match: How to Use It
Google recently added a game-changing feature to its Arts and Culture app that’s turned the beautiful if inessential resource into an absolute social media phenomenon.
The app uses artificial intelligence to scan a selfie for features that most closely resemble a few images from its library of more than 70,000 works of art.
Google is one of a number of companies that are interested in facial recognition — others include (surprise, surprise) Facebook and Microsoft — and, in 2015, published research claiming how far its facial recognition software had come: It had made correct face identifications 99.63 percent of the time.
Given its popularity and the positive response it has received, it’s no wonder why Google’s Arts and Culture face match just might be the best new app of 2018.