By Danielle Kwateng | March 24, 2014 5:30 pm Photo: Instagram Theres always some new study that makes us question humanity, but the latest one from the Georgia Institute of Technology and Yahoo Labs, creates a legitimate concern. Their study that examined 1.1 million photos on Instagram, found the best way to receive likes: Selfies. Ones of human faces in particular, are 38 percent more likely to get liked than those without.Even as babies, people love to look at faces, said Saeideh Bakhshi who led the study. Faces are powerful channels of non-verbal communication. We constantly monitor them for a variety of contexts, including attractiveness, emotions and identity. The study also found that the number of individuals in the photo, ages and sex of the faces does not matter. So how does this relate on a bigger scale?
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