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MinderooNine months later and following extensive surveys and testing, Kyle was ready to pitch the new screening tool, Pearlii, which uses cutting-edge artificial intelligence technology to scan photographs of teeth, taken with a smartphone, to check for dental issues.
MediumThankfully, his dad was kind enough to give me the 101 on oral hygiene right there. I've been scrupulous about my oral hygiene ever since. Sadly, there are many, many children out there not so fortunate to have found such an important intervention point.
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FaceApp uses Artificial Intelligence you change your face. You and your friends can have fun by changing styles, make yourself look younger or older, put some different makeup or a mustache. Experiment with your face, laughter is guaranteed!
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The Verge2017 may be the year the US starts a nuclear war because someone tweets something mean about Donald Trump, but at least we're getting some weird selfie apps before we go.
EngadgetThere has been some outrage over the new filters, with some Twitter users calling it " digital blackface." This isn't the first time photographic filters have come under fire, of course. Snapchat's 420 Bob Marley filter came under fire for the same lack of racial sensitivity, while its " anime-inspired" lens felt downright racist.
Digital TrendsNeural networks are revolutionizing computing, and image editing is one area that will experience drastic changes. Already, apps like Prisma are demonstrating this power, but a new company is using neural networks in a different way with an app called FaceApp.
TechCrunchUpdate: "The new controversial filters will be removed in the next few hours," Goncharov told us. At the time of writing the filters have indeed been removed. Our original article follows below...
Business InsiderIn the era of the selfie, there's no shortage of apps that can make you better looking, turn you into a dog, or even swap your face onto someone else's. Now, there's an app that can alter your gender entirely, age you, or add a smile to your face.
TechRadarUpdate: FaceApp has now been updated to add in extra filters, but you'll need to pay for each with the Pro mode. Read on to learn all about FaceApp and what new features have been included. You may have seen the name FaceApp appear on a series of strange photos in your social media feeds.
Express.co.ukFACEAPP has gone viral in the last week for its filter that allows users to make themselves look older or younger - but while the app has proved to be incredibly popular, it has also raised a wealth of privacy concerns. Here are four things you should know before using FaceApp.
BBC NewsIt might feel like every person you've ever met is using FaceApp at the moment. Your timelines have been flooded with people from school posting photos of what they might look like when they're older. The app has got its critics.
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HelloGigglesA new app removes makeup from women's faces so that men aren't "tricked" by their outward appearances, and that's so messed up.
HuffPostA new makeup app is courting controversy all across the web for its ability to remove makeup from pictures or video. The 99-cent app, called MakeApp, uses artificial intelligence to add or remove makeup on a face in a photo or video. MakeApp can now process video!
Refinery29In a digital-obsessed world where sending memes back and forth without comment is a perfectly acceptable form of staying in touch, what you look like on the 4.7-inch screen of a standard iPhone is almost more important than what you look like face-to-face.
DailydotArtificial intelligence-based photo editing tools, in their brief existence in the history of humanity, are off to an immensely painful start. Selfie-editing tool FaceApp clumsily took the torch earlier this year, setting fire to the product's intriguing face-altering premise by whitening users' photos under an ill-intentioned "hot" filter.
GlamourBrring brring, it's 2017 calling. Unsurprisingly, it's more gross news (if you want to ready two palate cleansers in separate tabs, here's a razor service paying women back for the pink tax, and here's 101 good things that happened for women this year).