So this website will use facial mapping software to match you up with someone like you.
She says that she was inspired to build the website after people kept telling her that she and her ex-husband look a lot alike.
Whereas Match.com, e Harmony and Ok Cupid promise to calculate your ideal mate based on your actions and stated preferences, these new sites use some interesting new criteria such as common friends, activities, alma mater or even face structure to make matches.
A team commissioned by the Association of Psychological Science recently deemed the purely algorithmic approach to online dating no more effective at predicting compatibility than a good old-fashioned chat.
The website is powered by facial-recognition technology developed by Face.com, which zeros in on nine points on each face—the eyes, ears, nose, chin, and the corners and center of the mouth—to find similarities.
(Source | Via) Britain's first dating agency established for people who are "aesthetically challenged" celebrated an unlikely milestone after it produced its first engagement between its members.
Now that I am "single again," I wondered what was new in online dating in 2015.
However, some minor mistakes are still what keeps people from meeting the person they so badly deserve.
Dating sites are now steering you toward people who have similar tastes in movies, music, religion and education, " Bartz said.
"And people are spending more time on their phones and the dating sites know this.
We're not sure that any of the seven approaches below would be any more effective. When the dating world plugged into the Internet, it largely catered to the classified-style dating that preceded it — facilitating meetings between strangers who might like each other.
But the age-old method of meeting dates through friends was largely ignored by online dating sites.
But with 87 million singles in the United States and nearly 40 million dating online, it seemed a good way to meet someone.