You can now find your doppelganger thanks to a Microsoft website.
The tech giant recently launched a website that allows one to compare faces and find how similar they are. "TwinsOrNot is a website that lets you select any two photos, compare the faces and provides you with a degree of likeness," a statement on the company's blog read.
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TwinsOrNot is powered by Microsoft Project Oxford API’s that enable it to detect patterns and carry out facial recognition. The website is inspired by Microsoft’s widely popular How-Old.net service released earlier that guesses users' age.
The website is very easy to use. To compare faces, simply upload photos and leave the rest to the website. It judges how similar the two faces are using a score range between 0 and 100.
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It is worth mentioning that the facial recognition service was created in just few hours by Microsoft developer Mat Velloso. Microsoft's earlier project How-Old.net proved to be an internet sensation. Coupled with the new facial recognition service, the two websites perfectly showcase advanced analysis capabilities of machine learning API’s.
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