The age transformation challenge became viral FaceApp is a mobile application that transforms your face using different features. The option that became viral is the \u2018old\u2019 effect which can realistically make a face look older. The result may look disturbing but it\u2019s extremely realistic because it\u2019s not just a mask applied to a face because the process is made by an algorithm handled by a neural network. This is a demonstration of how A.I. can be extraordinary and opens many scenarios even though this technology may be scary. The app offers other options including the one to look younger or experiment new hairstyles but there\u2019s also a gender-swap feature to turn yourself into a man or woman. Celebrities started sharing their \u2018old look\u2019 on Instagram and Twitter, so the challenge became viral. The app is free but it\u2019s available with different premium plans: monthly and yearly, but you can always buy the full application once. FaceApp is not a Facebook\u2019s property as the name suggests, but belongs to a Russian company, the Wireless Lab. Despite the funny and amazing results, many people raised the potential privacy issues of the application: FaceApp needs a lot of resources to transform photos, so all images are sent to servers to be elaborated by the neural network. The problem is that all photos can be stored to these servers indefinitely and these might not be the only information that this app may send. Once again Artificial Intelligence raises new questions about our future and its possible risks. Barack Obama edited using FaceApp The Rock edited using FaceApp Britney Spears edited using FaceApp Keanu Reeves edited using FaceApp Justin Bieber edited using FaceApp Lady Gaga edited by FaceApp Will Smith edited using FaceApp Trump edited using FaceApp The website of the application.