An artificial intelligence program from the University of Zurich can try to peg your age and attractiveness. I get the feeling that they launched the program publicly because the software team is looking for more data in order to tweak its algorithms. Anyway, after seeing this around the internet with people laughing at its inaccuracy, I decided to try it. I uploaded a picture that’s about ten years old, and it pegged my age quite well. So I guess it may be accurate when it decided I wasn’t the least bit attractive. I’m old enough to take that. Besides, I’ve become much more attractive in the ten years since the picture was taken. Try it yourself, but don’t take the results seriously.
Please keep in mind the following points when using our tool:
Attractiveness is highly subjective and its perception differs from culture to culture.
Our algorithm is trained on the pictures of the BLINQ community that is mainly based in Switzerland. In other parts of the world the perception might be very different.
We do not show results for underaged people. Please only use our tool if you have reached adult age.
We do not save the uploaded image.
Have fun and don’t take the results too seriously.
-via the Presurfer