Search for spouse on dating sites
Dating apps are using artificial intelligence to suggest where to go on a first date, recommend what to say and even find a partner who looks like your favourite celebrity.
Until recently smartphone dating apps—such as Tinder which lets you see in real time who is available and "swipe" if you wish to meet someone—left it up to users to ask someone out and then make the date go well.
"Guys don't know how to ask, it's astounding really how many people need help and we think we can do that in an automated way." 'Takes pressure off' British dating app Loveflutter plans to use AI to analyse chats between its users to determine their compatibility and suggest when they should meet.
"We will ping a message saying 'You are getting along really well, why don't you go on your first date'," said Loveflutter co-founder Daigo Smith.
When you open the app, a soothing voice asks questions about what you like to do on a date or where you would like to travel.
It then suggests suitable matches based on your personality.
After the date, the app checks in with both people to see how it went and recommend whether they should continue to see each other or keep looking.
Teman hopes to make it available across the United States early next year.
However, psychologists agree that male infidelity frequently boils down to a few common factors, including insecurity about their own virility, unwillingness to confront emotional or sexual dissatisfaction in their relationship, and simply having the opportunity to satisfy their physical urge for sex. Partners who cheat may go out of their way to bring up the topic of cheating, often to convince their partner that they could never be capable of such an act. Loveflutter already suggests places to go on a first date that are equidistant from both people's homes using information from Foursquare, an app that helps smartphone users find nearby restaurants, bars and clubs."It kind of takes the pressure off organising that first date," said Smith.Among the doubters at the Web Summit was UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, who said he was "a little bit sceptical" it could help "people chose their soul mates"."I'm very happy I have chosen my soulmate by traditional methods," said the former Portuguese prime minister, who is married to a Lisbon city councillor, in his opening address to the gathering on Monday. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission.
The role that money plays in a relationship may also impact a man’s likelihood of cheating, according to some research. A barrage of constant arguments over trivial things may mean he’s looking for reasons to stray.