A museum in Quebec is using a simple face recognition tool to match 21st century website visitors with ancient lookalikes.The MusÉe de la Civilisation in Quebec is inviting people to upload their photos, and then comparing the results with statues from ancient Greece and Rome.The Canadian museum released the software to mark the start of their exhibition 'My 2,000-year-old Double'.François Brunelle, the photographer behind the new exhibition, said: 'Everyone can participate. And by taking this trip through time, maybe you'll find someone that looks like you, whether it's a queen, a goddess an emperor or a soldier.To try the software, simply visit https://monsosie.mcq.org/en/Betaface API analyzes your face, generates a template based on your facial features, and finds an ancient match.