Who do you look like in the world?

  • Support pictures in bmp, jpg, jpeg, png format, no more than 2MB
  • The picture needs to have a person's avatar, if there are multiple avatars, only the largest avatar will be recognized
  • The method of population recognition is to use the average face of the population in the world to compare features with your face, and calculate the similarity.
  • Due to the population reference sample, the accuracy of AI's recognition of young and middle-aged people is higher than that of young children and the elderly.
  • All upload pictures will be clean regularly every day, Privacy is safe.

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WeGene 3.0 provides more than 1000 test reports in 10 different categories, including ancestry composition analysis, genefit, nutrition, skin, health risks, psychology, etc.

Face Recognition

Using feature value optimization algorithms, supervised learning, and convolutional neural networks, by constructing feature value functions for important points of the face, and adjusting parameter weights through machine learning, AI intelligently analyzes the similarity of different faces.
At present, when the similarity of faces in different photos is above 80%, it can be regarded as the same person. When the similarity is about 50%, there is a greater probability that the two are related.

Genotype and Phenotype

Two genetic terms proposed by Danish geneticist William Johnson in 1911. Genotype, also known as genetic type, refers to the composition of all the genetic material (gene) of an organism. But generally it only represents the composition of alleles at individual or a few gene loci. Phenotype refers to the performance of individual or a few traits or even all traits of an organism.
Genotype is the internal cause of the phenotype of organisms under appropriate environmental conditions; phenotype is the result of the combined effect of genotype and environmental conditions. What can be inherited is the genotype, not the phenotype. Environmental factors are necessary conditions for the genotype to develop its phenotype.

Human Genome Project

The main goals of the Human Genome Project were first articulated in 1988 by a special committee of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, and later adopted through a detailed series of five-year plans jointly written by the National Institutes of Health and the Department of Energy. HGP researchers deciphered the human genome in three major ways: determining the order, or "sequence," of all the bases in our genome's DNA; making maps that show the locations of genes for major sections of all our chromosomes; and producing what are called linkage maps, through which inherited traits (such as those for genetic disease) can be tracked over generations.

Y and Mt DNA

Human Y chromosomes are inherited by males, and Mt mitochondria are inherited by females. According to the calculations of molecular biology, modern humans originated in Africa. After hundreds of thousands of years of genetic mutation evolution, different populations of different regions have formed different Y and Mt mutations, forming numerous gene branches.
Gene haplogroups are numbered by the letters A-Z. The common Y paternal haplogroups in the Eastern population are O, C, D, and N, and the common Mt maternal haplogroups are M, B, D, F, etc. The common Y paternal haplogroups in the western population are R, I, J, E, and the Mt maternal haplogroups are H, U, T, J and so on.


Based on the Maximum Likelihood Theory and Hidden Markov Model, we adopt a global and local optimization algorithm, and through reasonable segmentation identification of DNA chromosome data, we calculate it compared with the global human science samples to show you the best reliable ancestry story.

Nationality, Surname and Y-DNA

There are many ethnic groups in China, and the surname culture has a long history. Many ethnic groups have unique gene types. Many surnames have thousands of years of history. They represent the inheritance of Chinese patrilineal society. Through statistical analysis of the relationship between ethnic groups, surnames and Y-DNA, insights into history and evolution of Chinese ethnic groups and surnames cultures.