Or two people might meet at a party or in the grocery store and get the urge to date based on a moment of intuition, short-cutting friend and family referrals entirely.
Today, online dating has become the second most popular way to meet people behind an introduction by mutual friends.
Dating is a source of stress in people’s lives on par with changing jobs and holiday travel.
But humans crave connection, and so every night restaurants fill their tables for two with hopeful singles. Let’s get all sciencey and break it down into constituent parts.
He said: “Five years from now instead of scrolling, searching, swiping, I think these devices will be intelligent enough to just give you the answer.”One way that might look in Tinder could be a Siri-style interface that not only matches the user with a compatible person nearby, it knows the indie band you both like and locates available tickets it can help you buy.
When that day comes, people can search less, do and buy more -- and swipe right references could vanish from popular culture.
I won't be shy about it: I'm letting artificial intelligence do this for me.
Rad announced: “In five years I hope that we’ve utilized some of our scale and some of our innovation and creativity to create the next great evolution in how people meet…I think a lot about how we can use AI to transform dating.”Rad expects AI to help mobile phone users escape information overload and bring relevance to their experience.
People relied on friends and family to shortcut the chaos of individual circumstances and the mysteries of human intuition.
Friends set up friends on dates with people they believed would be compatible.
Tinder’s co-founder and on-again, off-again CEO, Sean Rad, took the stage at the 2017 Startup Grind Conference wearing two new hats.
He’s now chairman of Tinder and its new M&A branch, Swipe Ventures.