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AI Determines Conservative Women Are Prettier than Liberals

'We also found that expressing happiness is associated with conservatism for both genders... '

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) Artificial intelligence has reached the conclusion that many actual humans noticed a very long time ago — conservative women are perceived both as prettier and happier than leftist women.

A March study that was published in the journal Scientific Reports, which is owned by Nature, revealed that an AI model gave conservative women high “attractiveness” scores, according to the Daily Wire.

“For females (though not males), high attractiveness scores were found among those the model identified as likely to be conservative,” the study stated.

Additionally, the results were deemed “credible” because previous research that used humans to do the rating rather than AI also pointed out that conservative women tend to be more attractive than leftist women. The researchers also unearthed that an expression of “contempt” was related to “a predicted probability of left-wing ideology.”

“We also found that expressing happiness is associated with conservatism for both genders,” they stated.

As previous research has suggested, the happiness correlation may be due to right-wing politicians being more extroverted or that attractiveness is more important to conservatives, the researchers said. However, they added that more research is needed on the correlation between happy faces and conservatism.

They also created “facial composites” — AI-created faces made by combining photos — for both men and women.

“Most clearly we see that both male and female right-wing composites appeared happier than their left-wing counterparts… The right-wing faces, particularly for females, might be perceived as more attractive,” the study stated.

Three psychologists and political scientists from Denmark and Sweden — the researchers of the study — used a type of AI called “deep learning” to predict a person’s ideology using a photo of their face.

The researchers used the headshots of 3,233 political candidates who ran for local office in the 2017 Danish Municipal election.

Face API from Microsoft Azure’s Cognitive Services — the AI that was used to analyze the faces — correctly predicted the political leanings of both men and women 61% of the time, based on just one photo of the person’s face.

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