Sick of sharing normal, human selfies and boring, lifeless emojis?
Thanks to a new artificial intelligence tool from Google, you can now make customizable emoji stickers of yourself based on a selfie.
The tool is part of Google's chat app Allo and is available for use starting today!
Within the Allo app, users will now be able to choose the "Turn a selfie into stickers" option when responding to someone. Once this option is selected, users are asked to take a selfie that's immediately put through Google's "image-recognition algorithms."
The user's facial features are then mapped to a kit from Cartoon Network artist Lamar Abrams. Users can then make alterations to the design before 22 custom stickers are produced.
Pretty cool, check out the video below.
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