AI Time Machine is an innovative and fun new feature that enables you to transform yourself into historical figures using AI technology. Read about this groundbreaking technology in our AI Time Machine announcement blog post.
Immediately following the launch of MyHeritage’s AI Time Machine, it went crazy viral. Since the launch, which occurred just a few days ago, more than 800,000 photos have been uploaded by users to try this feature, 3.8 million AI images have been created, and users have been so delighted with them that 600,000 of the images have been downloaded for sharing. Thousands of people have shared their amazing results on their social media platforms, evoking love, laughter, and admiration from their friends and family.
Have you taken AI Time Machine for a spin? It’s very simple to use and the results are mind-blowing. Go to myheritage.com/ai-time-machine, upload several photos of yourself from different angles and let the AI Time Machine work it’s magic. Within 30- 90 minutes it will craft remarkable images of you as if you were living during the time of your ancestors.
Here are some of the latest news articles and social media posts featuring MyHeritage’s AI Time Machine:
The Daily Mail had a lot of fun over the weekend sharing what some of their favorite celebrities might have looked like during different historical times.
“The science team fed photos of James Corden, Piers Morgan and Drew Barrymore into the tool – and got some rather hilarious results. Corden looks well-groomed and ready for battle in his Viking clobber, while Morgan makes a real mean-looking bandit from the Wild West.”
CNN Anchor Jake Tapper tweeted to his 3.2 million followers:
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) November 18, 2022
Sports Commentator Keith Olbermann tweeted:
— Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) November 18, 2022
Genealogist Auntie Jen tweeted:
— Auntie Jen (@auntiejen82) November 20, 2022
Writer and TV Producer Rebecca Rideal tweeted:
— Rebecca Rideal (@RebeccaRideal) November 18, 2022
Tech blogger Hillel Fuld tweeted:
— Hillel Fuld (@HilzFuld) November 20, 2022
And again with more results:
— Hillel Fuld (@HilzFuld) November 20, 2022
Journalist Sarah Tuttle-Singer shared:
Beloved singer Shlomo Artzi shared:
David Lange tweeted his results:
I dunno, I kind of look more evil as a historical figure.
Perhaps that is why Facebook banned me – they want to stop me from becoming an evil emperor?! #MyHeritage #AITimeMachine https://t.co/2VgI6HmaI3 pic.twitter.com/0DUS1l6TjX
— (((David Lange))) (@Israellycool) November 19, 2022
Actor Andy Brooke tweeted:
HOW I SEE MYSELF on #Twitter. (Smiling)
☞ BUT, PERHAPS my fellow Tweeps see me differently? (Frame 2)
— Andy Brooke (@AndyBrookeLmstn) November 19, 2022
BBC producer Jamie McLoughlin tweeted:
So I did the @MyHeritage thing (inspired by @paulsgubbins – ta!) and I got two types of fella from Roman society, posh monochrome person and a super-fun gentleman from the 1970s. pic.twitter.com/7yuX95ZGbH
— Jamie McLoughlin (@jmcloughlin) November 19, 2022
Genealogists and historians have also taken to sharing their time-travel experiences, along with witty remarks. Here are a few gems we enjoyed very much:
Historian and writer Sarah Elizabeth Cox joked:
Serious ethical issues with @MyHeritage's AI Time Machine e.g. losing your entire lunchbreak to distraction, getting tempted into v. expensive hair dye jobs, and/or being actually quite attracted to… yourself pic.twitter.com/QKRS0ZDeeP
— Sarah Elizabeth Cox (@spookyjulie) November 18, 2022
Genealogist and journalist Jennifer Mendelsohn tweeted:
— (((Jennifer Mendelsohn))) (@CleverTitleTK) November 18, 2022
Archaeologist Dr. Ulla Moilanen tweeted:
— Dr. Ulla Moilanen @email@example.com (@UMoilanen) November 19, 2022
Genealogist Jane Roberts tweeted:
Resitence was futile. Tonight I channelled my inner Egyptian, 50s chic, Greek Goddess, Futuristic Cyborg, Victorian, Punk Rocker Pirate with the @MyHeritage AI Time Machine
Free for a limited time: https://t.co/9GIwZOaP0o
#AITimeMachine #MyHeritage pic.twitter.com/qe2EPVVHIn
— Jane Roberts – PastToPresentGenealogy (@JaneElRoberts) November 17, 2022
— David Allen Lambert (@DLGenealogist) November 18, 2022
Genealogist Steve Jackson tweeted:
— Steve Jackson – Atcherley.org.uk / Waters-Upton.uk (@AtcherleyONS) November 17, 2022
— Amber Oldenburg (@1BranchAtATime) November 18, 2022
— Jana Last (@genealogyisfun) November 19, 2022
We’ve also seen fans on Instagram and TikTok!
Genealogist and educator Dr. Adina from -My Family Genie shared this video (click here to watch):
Creative Technologist Ran Bensimon shared:
Athlete Drouker shared:
Genealogist Daniel L shared his experience:
@myheritage have definitely outdone themselves this time! Give a try yourself. (P.S. NOT an ad) — the style I had chosen to have that one generated was the 1950s option. What one is your favourite? #Genealogy #FamilyHistory #technology #ai #foryou #foryoupage #fyp #history #tech #techtok
these AI-created time travel photos of me are wild! @myheritage’s Time Machine tool is cool!
Even some brands have gotten in on the excitement! Rebar, a smoothie company, is showcasing what refreshments may have looked like in previous times!
And finally the Yes satellite TV company shared the imagined ancestors of what the reality star Maor Buzaglo looked like. The post reads “Think there are just 7 seasons of the Buzaglo Family reality show? These images of the ancestors of Maor Buzaglo prove otherwise. ”
Now it’s your turn! Join the ever-growing group of delighted time-travelers and find out what you might have looked like during the times of your ancestors. Visit the AI Time Machine today! Free for a very limited time!
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