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I think it’s important to also consider the historical relationship to the earliest work in this field by Francis Galton, who aimed to infer criminal behavior, disease and, ultimately, someone’s fate purely from a photograph of their face.” (Galton, the father of eugenics, is now condemned for his work, which was considered high-tech in 1883.)Harvey added, “Unfortunately, there is too much knowledge asymmetry between those who share photos and those who analyze photos.
I would argue that this imbalance results in irrational and exuberant data-sharing behavior that is not well aligned with the consequences of data analysis.” In short, people want to share everything online and are not prepared for the repercussions that come with the level of sophisticated analysis that computers bring. Gentlemen, please delete that bathroom selfie of your chest.
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Profile pictures won’t be replacing IQ tests anytime soon.
Just to be safe, though, why not take down the bathroom selfie of just your naked torso?
The study should draw our attention to how we manage our photos online, but there is still room to improve the prediction accuracy.
Sapio bills itself as a go-to community for people who are drawn to other smart people. And presumably if you've selected this particular app, you've already identified yourself as at least sapio-curious.
Among other things, the free app allows users to define their orientation as sapiosexual, which is someone who finds intelligence attractive. that being a sapiosexual isn't just about your IQ, it's about bonding over shared interests and having meaningful conversation.
The upside to the Cambridge study and others like it is that the more we know about how our online photos are perceived, the more opportunity we have to change our behaviors when it comes to posting pictures. In my case, the photo of me on Bumble wearing a Lumpy Space Princess Halloween costume probably makes me look dumb.
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