We have talked about the use of artificial intelligence (AI) assessing beauty in an earlier article here. In this video, Anastasia Georgievskaya the project leader for MouseAge talks about how science might overcome some of the issues and shortfalls of past attempts to measure beauty and how it relates to aging research.

Anastasia and her team are developing a visual biomarker system that uses AI to determine mouse age without the need for invasive tests and thus could help to improve the lives of research animals worldwide. The techniques being developed for beauty can be also be applied to more serious research, such as that of the MouseAge project, and what we learn from one could be translated to the other via a technique called transfer learning.

And on the subject of beauty, Anastasia also talks about a cool feature of the MouseAge project at Anyone who makes a donation of $25 or more to support the project can have their picture analyzed for beauty by an artificial intelligence!

This is a perfect opportunity to challenge your friends to support as well so you can see who is the fairest of them all!

To enter, all you have to do is contribute and send your HD photograph to [email protected]. Good luck!
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Steve Hill

Steve serves on the LEAF Board of Directors and is the Editor in Chief, coordinating the daily news articles and social media content of the organization. He is an active journalist in the aging research and biotechnology field and has to date written over 500 articles on the topic as well as attending various medical industry conferences. In 2019 he was listed in the top 100 journalists covering biomedicine and longevity research in the industry report – Top-100 Journalists covering advanced biomedicine and longevity created by the Aging Analytics Agency. His work has been featured in H+ magazine, Psychology Today, Singularity Weblog, Standpoint Magazine, and, Keep me Prime, and New Economy Magazine. Steve has a background in project management and administration which has helped him to build a united team for effective fundraising and content creation, while his additional knowledge of biology and statistical data analysis allows him to carefully assess and coordinate the scientific groups involved in the project. In 2015 he led the Major Mouse Testing Program (MMTP) for the International Longevity Alliance and in 2016 helped the team of the SENS Research Foundation to reach their goal for the OncoSENS campaign for cancer research.
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