The team of researchers at the University of Tel Aviv and the full-time developers of the social network Facebook introduced a special program that changes the facial expression of people captured both in photographs and on old canvases. To do this, just use the video with another person to borrow the desired facial expressions from him. The launched algorithm creates a face mask and transfers it to a static image; as a result, the mask points can be moved to obtain the desired emotion from a person in a picture or picture. Moreover, the software is working on a new static creation in detail, adding changes inherent in this expression, for example, wrinkles, folds and even teeth. The authors of the project have already experimented with Mona Lisa, making her smile, and Frida Kahlo, who now moves her monobrow. While the software is not accessible to ordinary people, however, over time, Facebook will introduce it for users of its social network. It is assumed that profile photos will become animated and will be able to respond to likes and other activities in publications posted on the owner’s page.