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Rate your partner out of 10

"How was your date? Tell us what you think about this person. Do they look like their photos? Are they a good listener?" the Algo Date app wants to know the next morning. "The more details you give, the better we can match you up next time," the system continues relentlessly. 

In 2030, "live" dating is an anachronism. Chatting to an attractive stranger in the street? How vulgar! I don't even know anything about their compatibility, interests or habits, so why waste time? 

What if they're a bad egg? In dating apps, all decent people have long since had a blue badge verifying their account. It guarantees that all data has been checked by the verification center, and there's even an insurance payout if something goes wrong.

Office flings are also a no-no, because you might run foul of your employer's workplace policy. Or a lawsuit from a scheming colleague. No, app-less dating is so last century, no one does it anymore.

The continuation of the human race is now in the hands of smart algorithms. Having talked to a recommended partner, users award stars in 15 basic categories. 

The system takes into account the scores not only in the other person's profile, but more importantly in your own. And then uses them to make recommendations based on the refined data. Thanks to Google, Netflix, Spotify, Vivino and a host of other smart services, the machine-learning mechanisms have long been perfected in other areas.

There are, however, groups of luddites who still do not get the concept of smart dating. These savages still date the old-fashioned way, and claim it's "so much more interesting." But they belong to a dying breed. Like those strange types who still go to the theater. 

Read more: How dating apps have changed the way we meet new people in 2021.

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Wayne Reimer This app looks like the Uber of Dating apps, I can totally see this happening!!
13 Apr 2022
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07 Oct 2021
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Abril Arellano Dating apps are getting more popular as time goes on, therefore I agree with the fact that these apps are going to improve their algotithms to the point that they will let us know if a user is 100% compatible by our way of comunicate, think, and socialyse to boost our satisfaction with the app.
28 Sep 2021
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Luis Armando Mora Trosino Well, the app dates are top trend nowadays because of the pandemic is causing several damages to our lives, incluiding our social circle and communication between other people, also it is known the percent of kidnapping or arrasing is really high, part of that is because of that. In the other hand, we will have discovered a powerful tool for chating and meeting new people all over the world and in this case dating in order to find your soulmate.
07 Sep 2021
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Asher Pfanku People will always be people. Of course dating apps will improve and more people will use them over time, but saying that it will lead to the extinction of standard human interaction is just silly. People will interact the way they always have so long as we remain social animals.
29 Jul 2021
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