A computer science doctoral candidate at the Stanford University has developed a formula for taking the perfect selfie using artificial intelligence (AI).
The very best 100 selfies chosen by the programme are all those of women, said the researchers.
Karpathy collected two million selfies for his endeavor, and ran them through a convolutional neural network.
He fed the system with some data about which selfies were “good” or “poor” — depending on the number of enjoys they received, exactly how many followers the user had and how many tags on the picture — and tuned its filters to increase the info.
Once the AI had a million “good” and a million “lousy” selfies, Karpathy gave the system 50,000 unseen selfies and had it rank them.
The resultant 100 greatest pictures for shooting the best selfie offer some tips.
For men, the suggestions are slightly different. Comprise your mind and shoulders, style your own hair therefore it really is combed back and up, oversaturate your face and take it directly on.
The things to avoid include making your head too huge and group selfies.