This AI attractiveness test tells you if you’re hot or not and gives a score from one to 10
Erm did AI just call me ugly??
AI is taking over with chatbots and deep fake content, but now there’s a new level of it that’s turned into a test determining your attractiveness and whether you are hot or not based on one photo. Obviously being hot or not is subjective but everyone is going feral for it on TikTok. Here’s a rundown of how the attractiveness test powered by AI actually works and how you can do it for yourself.
Here’s how to test how attractive you are based on AI
The How Hot Am I quiz is available on a website called Test Your Attractiveness and the steps are very simple.
The description for the quiz says: “Let Artificial Intelligence decide how attractive you are. Do you want to know how attractive you are perceived by others?”
You’ll have to upload a photo of you and it may take a second to get your results because the AI needs to analyse your features based on factors that aren’t mentioned. After a few seconds, your attractiveness score will appear and it’s all based on a scale from one to 10.
The result changes every time though
The website bases the result on one picture so use different ones for a varying score.
You have to show your face from the front and it should cover at least 50 per cent of the picture, and each frame should only have one person in at a time in order to get accurate results. The quiz also suggests not using photos where you are wearing sunglasses or anything covering your face. This rule also applies for filters.
Obviously, the AI test isn’t scientifically approved and it doesn’t mean anything regardless of what score you get as attractiveness is always subjective.
You can find the website here.
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