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“There’s a biological component to all of this that is largely unexplored and it would make this business very different.” A lot of this is already starting to happen.One dating app, called Once, integrates with a user’s Fitbit or Android Wear to to offer potential matches a detailed breakdown of your personality.
And once we all start implanting devices in our brains, well, there’s no telling how much data these dating services could access.The Duchess of Cambridge has gone into labour and already the media feeding frenzy has begun, with a clamour of royal ‘experts’, baby speculation and an army of information about the illustrious infant sprayed across the world’s news outlets.The Daily Mirror bought mobile phone numbers and PIN codes used to access voicemails from a private investigations agency linked to Jonathan Rees, a notorious figure who also had contracts with the News of the World, i can reveal.That fact alone is by helping us meet people further outside our standard friend group. The logic is sound: Vet out undesirables by ensuring you have shared interests or values with everyone in the selection pool (and avoid , an increasingly real phenomenon as we’re constantly bombarded with potential matches).
We now have apps based on religion and nationality.“With more information, like biometrics, ‘better’ matches would theoretically be possible, but even so, that would just change the set of people that the individual, the ultimate decider, chooses from.