By Ann Brown
An app called FaceApp lets you see what you will look like in the future — it’s become all the craze. But it seems users’ privacy could be in danger. More than 100 million people have already downloaded FaceApp from Google Play, making it the top-ranked app in 121 countries, according to mobile data company App Annie.
Shades of Cambridge Analytica? Could be. “FaceApp, whose parent company is the Russia-based Wireless Lab, uses artificial intelligence to transform users’ current face into their future looks, had a resurgence this week as social media timelines were flooded with before-and-after images,” wrote Karu F. Daniels in the New York Daily News.
Despite the privacy issues, the app has become mega popular, even with celebrities like Will Smith, the Jonas Brothers, and Cardi B are hooked. They have all postied photos on social media of what they will look like older. Seems like innocent fun, however, there is more to the app. “But at the same time, people have been giving FaceApp the power to use their pictures — Click here to read entire article