AN app has gone viral after finding uncanny dopplegangers of everyday people in world-famous art.
The Google Arts & Culture app only needs a selfie to find your ‘art twin’ and some of the results have been uncanny.
Although released officially last year, it has now become the No.1 app for both Android and iPhone, taking over Instagram and YouTube.
The often jaw-dropping comparisons can be shared on social media with the push of a button.
As of last week, Google says more than 30 million people had submitted selfies.
Some security experts are not on board with the app, saying it normalizes privacy-invasive technology, but Google claims the selfies are not being added to any database and are only being kept for ‘the time it takes to search for matches.’
So selfie at your own risk.
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