In 2018, the Google Arts & Culture app that looks like your doppelganger in works of art. It has searched for matches for more than 120 million selfies so far. Now the app can search for animals in art that are also similar to your pets.
Using a machine learning algorithm, Pet Portraits matches a snapshot of your furry, finned, or feathered friend with tens of thousands of works from Google partner institutions. The app may determine that a piece of street art from Mexico or a cat figurine from ancient Egypt might be the best fit for your pet.
You can share your animal portraits as stills or choose some of them to turn into a GIF slide show. To get started, tap the rainbow camera button at the bottom of the app’s screen, which you can download or .
The Pet Portraits feature wasn’t yet available at the time of writing, so unfortunately I wasn’t able to test it out with snapshots of the Engadget team’s pets. However, Google did share a few examples of the tool in action, including one or two that might not fit that well.
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