A user can take a selfie in the app, and this feature then uses computer vision technology to match this picture with a portrait in a museum.
Explaining why the app is not available outside the app, a Google spokesperson told The Sun, "This is an experiment that's only available in parts of the U.S. right now, but we're glad people are having so much fun matching their selfies to works of art".
American actress and activist Alyssa Milano tweeted: 'I mean, this google app that matches your face to a piece of fine art.
"Take a selfie and discover if your portrait is in a museum", the app's description says of its "Is your portrait in a museum?" project. It was not until last weekend that Google Arts & Culture started being downloaded and talked about en masse, courtesy a new update.
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Free-Photos / PixabayHow to use Google Arts & Culture app outside the U.S. Some people expressed skepticism over the privacy of the facial information users have been sending to Google. You may need to tap through some menus to give the app access to your camera.
Google, on the other hand, told MailOnline that they do not have any ulterior motive behind the new feature, and the uploaded images are being deleted after finding a match.
The Arts & Culture app also says in one of its prompts that Google "will only store your photo for the time it takes to search for matches". Once done, it will display the four best matched options to choose from. After scrolling past a few different featured stories, the white box surrounded by portraits appeared. Aha! The art doppelgangers are listed by descending order, showing the top matches first.
The only way you could have missed the onslaught of front-facing photographs side-by-side with paintings from Spain to France - and beyond - is if you happened to ignore social media.
But the Sanchi , carrying almost 1 million barrels of a gassy, ultra-light oil bound for South Korea, burst into flames. China Central Television (CCTV) reported that large amounts of oil were burning where the tanker went down.
Flu vaccines have multiple different strains of the flu in them. "These flu seasons can extend all the way to March and April". So far, officials with the Oklahoma State Department of Health say that 22 people have died from the virus since September.
They said their goal is to bring health care to the 300,000 Virginians who would benefit from expansion of Medicare and Medicaid. He added: "Make no mistake: People will die because of this". "It's making people healthier that enables them to work", he said.
The men said, during the private sessions, Weber asked them to undress and led them through breathing and "energy" exercises. Bruce Weber , 71, is known for his provocative campaigns for brands like Calvin Klein and Abercrombie & Fitch.
The US also declared sanctions against 14 entities and people, including Iran's head of judiciary Ayatollah Sadeq Larijani. Under the deal, Iran agreed to curb its nuclear programme, in exchange for lifting of most sanctions.
However, despite her discomfort, she stayed at his apartment, and when Ansari urged her to perform oral sex on him, she did. Grace told the publication that after dinner the couple went back to his place when he immediately started groping her .
The move is part of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's ambitious project to modernise the Saudi society and boost its economy. The easing of social controls comes as Prince Mohammed looks to repackage the oil-rich nation as more moderate and welcoming.
Dramatic images showed the passenger plane hanging off a cliff several metres from the Black Sea with its wheels stuck in the mud. According to BBC news , one passenger, Fatma Gordu said: "We tilted to the side.
An attorney whom the WSJ said had represented Ms Clifford declined to comment, citing attorney-client privilege. Clifford was also reportedly considering a Good Morning America appearance to discuss the affair at-length.
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