Forget going through endless profiles. Dating applications use artificial intelligence to suggest a departure date, recommend what to say, and even find a partner that looks like your favorite star.
Until recently, app smart app applications – such as Tinder, which lets you see who's available and "skip" in real time if you want to meet someone, has left the users to ask for you, and then the date is fine.
But in order to cope with the growing tiredness of in vain search profiles, the online learning sector is turning to artificial intelligence (AI) to help organize meetings in real life and act as a coach to leave.
These new uses for AI – the science of computer programs for reproduction of human processes such as thinking and decision-making – by introducing applications are highlighted at the four-day Web Summit that ended on Thursday in Lisbon.
Pioneer Online Dating eHarmony has announced that it has developed an AI-enabled feature that urges users to personally suggest meeting after they've been talking in the app for some time.
"There is a lot of activity on date applications, but there is not much data at all," said Executive Director of eHarmony Grant Langston.
"Guys can not ask, it's really amazing how many people need help and I think we can do it automatically."
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The British dating app Loveflutter plans to use AI to analyze conversations between its users to determine their compatibility and suggest when they should meet.
"We'll ping the message saying," You agree, why do not you go on your first day, "said Love Flutter Daigo Smith co-founder.
Loveflutter already proposes starting dates for the first date that are just as far from the homes of both people, using information from Foursquare, an application that helps smartphone users find nearby restaurants, bars, and clubs.
"It's a kind of pressure from organizing that first date," Smith said.
Tinders founder Sean Rad said AI would "create better user experiences" and predict that the iPhone Siri Voice assistant in the future will act as a correspondent.
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In AIM, full-featured voice applications, using AI to mirror people-to-people connectivity, are being tested in Denver where there are about 1,000 users.
When you open an app, soothing voice asks questions about what you want to do on a date or where you would like to travel.
It then proposes the appropriate matching based on your personality. After you choose the one you would like to know, the application tells you about them.
After a few days the app will help you set the time for a phone call between you and your game – and give tips for your first date based on what you know about another person.
"It will say things like" based on her personality preference is a traditional person, I would recommend dinner and stroll, "said Kevin Teman, programmer app.
The app also reminds you of asking questions about "things that matter to you" during the date, he added.
After the date, the application checks with both people to see how she has gone and recommends whether to continue to watch each other or continue watching.
He hopes to be available in the United States early next year.
Badoo, the London Appearance App, now uses AI technology and face recognition to help people find a match that looks like anyone, including their former or fame.
Users can upload a picture of someone, and the app will find more than 400 million users around the world.
Reality TV star Kim Kardashian, winning Oscar actress Emma Stone and singer Beyonce, are the most popular world-famous actors ever since Dating has met the face – named Lookalikes – last year.
However, not everyone is convinced that AI can help in searching for love.
Among the suspects at the Web Summit was UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, who said he was "a bit skeptical" to help "people choose their soulmates".
"I am very pleased to have chosen my souls with traditional methods," said the former Portuguese prime minister who is married to a city councilor in Lisbon.
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