Celebrity look alike dating
I tested two different photos of myself making different expressions in different light, and both times it picked the same 35-year-old woman from Long Island who does kinda look like me as one of my top matches.While there’s plenty of science to what kinds of ratios of faces we find “beautiful,” this app shows the shortcomings of actually applying these metrics to human desire.For example, I chose Ryan Seacrest's face, and this is what the results screen looked like.
The same goes for when we tested out photos of ourselves in the Buzz Feed office: The matches weren’t dead ringers, but there was some vague approximation of uncanny similarity.They also offer default images of celebrities, making your search for knock-off Idris Elba a breeze. During my experience with Dating AI, I searched a doppelganger for dream of my teens and recently changed man, Justin Bieber. Out of a possible 16 Biebers, 10 were Bieber-ish, one was an imposter, and the others were decently cute and vaguely Bieber. And if you're still worried about accuracy, fear not: Buzzfeed did an in-depth investigation on the app, and matches came out pretty spot-on too. However, the dating apps that depends on for its search results are not so amused, and say the app is violating their terms.The app’s facial recognition technology works pretty well – well enough that when you try one of the suggested celebrities like Kanye West or Jennifer Lawrence, the first few matches are inevitably the same celeb (some people use celeb pics on their dating profiles, apparently).