Forget to swipe through an endless profile. Dating apps use artificial intelligence to suggest first date places, say something, and even find a celebrity-like partner.
Until recently, a smartphone dating application – a user like Tinder who lets you see "swipe" in real time if you want to meet someone, asked someone and then left it to the user to get the date right.
However, the online dating sector is turned into AI (Artificial Intelligence) to prepare for a realistic meeting and to act as a dating coach to get more fatigue through profile search.
On Thursday, the four-day Web Summit in Lisbon highlighted a new use of AI programming to reproduce human processes, such as human thinking and decision-making, by dating with Apple.
EHarmony, an online dating pioneer, is announcing the development of AI support that encourages users to chat for a while and then suggest a meeting directly.
"There are a lot of activities in the dating app, but there are not many dates as a whole," eHarmony CEO Grant Langston told the annual technology collection.
"People do not know how to ask, it's amazing how many people need help, and we think we can do it in an automated way."
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Loveflutter, a UK dating app, uses AI to analyze chats between users to judge compatibility and suggest when to meet.
"We're doing really well, we will ping the message" Do not you want to go on your first date, "said Daisy Smith, co-founder of Loveflutter.
Loveflutter already uses Foursquare's information to suggest a first date place that is equidistant from people's homes. Foursquare is an app that helps smartphone users find nearby restaurants, bars and clubs.
"I feel burdened to organize my first date," Smith said.
Tinder founder Sean Rad predicted that artificial intelligence will "create a better user experience" and that the iPhone's Siri voice assistant will act as a matchmaker in the future.
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– Voice activated –
A fully-spoken dating app called AIMM, which uses AI to mirror human matchmaking services, is being tested in Denver, which already has about 1,000 users.
When you open the app, you can ask a question about your desired date or destination with a calm voice.
We then suggest an appropriate match for your character. Once you select an app you want to meet, the app will tell you about it.
After a few days, the app will set up a time for you and me and give you advice on your first date based on what you know about others.
"Based on her tendency to be traditional people, I would recommend dinner and walks," said Apple developer Kevin Teman.
The app also reminds you to ask about important things during this date.
After the date, the app will ask the two people to check the check-in method and see each other or keep watching.
I hope Teman will be available throughout the US early next year.
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– Celebrity lookalikes –
Badoo, a London-based dating app, now uses AI and facial recognition technology to find people who match anyone, including ex-celebrities and celebrities.
Users can upload photos of someone, and apps will find Badoo's lookalik more than 400 million users around the world.
Reality TV star Kim Kardashian, Oscar-winning actress Emma Stone and singer Beyonce have found celebrities around the world since Badoo made its nickname Lookalikes last year.
But not everyone is convinced that AI can help navigate love.
At a meeting at the Web Summit, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres said that "people are skeptical that they can help people choose their own souls."
"I am very happy to have chosen my soul friend in the traditional way," said Portugal 's former prime minister, who married a Lisbon city councilor, in his opening address Monday.