Another lonely night. Just you, your couch, a half melted pint of cookie dough ice cream, and the crushing absence of companionship.
So, like any good 21st-century single, you pluck your iPhone from between the sofa cushions and open up the matchmaking app Tinder. But all that swiping and judging and messaging is a pain and, frankly, exhausting. Instead, you press the home button until Siri (who will never abandon you) pops up.
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- And for a few young Tinder users at least, an AI component would be, if not entirely welcome, then at least something worth checking out.
- And don t worry, that nearby cutie will probably be your type: Tinder will take your personal romantic preferences into account when finding you a date.
- Tinder is pretty well confined right now, said Jay Schuren, vice president of field operations for Nutonian, a Boston tech company focused on data science and AI.
- This is really a problem for machine learning and AI in general.
- The trick to unleashing the algorithmic Tinder wingman of Rad s dreams, though, would be getting users to reveal as much as they can to the app.
Author: Alex Frandsen
Published: Mon Mar 27 2017 22:00:00 GMT-0400 (EDT)