We’ve all seen FaceApp’s “age challenge” circulating the internet. Celebrity after celebrity are using the AI app to predict what their future selves will look like.
We’ve even joined in, making everything from our babies to our dogs look older.
The app launched in 2017, but decreased in popularity after it was rumoured to be stealing our data.
It has had the mother of all comebacks this week, though.
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If you’ve managed to avoid the craze, you simply upload a picture of yourself to the app and voilà, it turns you into a wrinkled version of what you may or may not look like in the future.
“After seeing a bunch of results from the FaceApp age filter, I have to say, it’s pretty stark how much better men look when they’re old vs. women. I mean, I already knew that, but this just makes it that much more clear that nature is sexist.” One person wrote.
Another said: “How come FaceApp is kind to all men and all women look haggard. Sexist much?”
After having minute observations and discussions with friends, I have concluded that this #FaceApp is hell bent on showing men as hotter and good looking oldies whereas women are looking like old witches! 😂 Such a sexist app 😂😛— Sulagna Mohanty (@SulagnaSpeaks) July 19, 2019
Celebrities from Courteney Cox to Drake have taken part in the challenge, showcasing their aged faces.
People have commented on Courteney Cox’s post describing is as “the scariest transformation I’ve seen from this app”, sparking the debate over the app’s sexism.
FaceApp has been approached for comment.