And you don't go in believing that science is behind the match. When diet companies show someone who lost a bunch of weight in six weeks, they have to say, "Results not typical." I think e Harmony and other sites should do the same. MT: It really depends on people's willingness to come back and tell us why each date didn't work out so the system could get smarter. I'm more likely to meet someone through a hiking group.
It would be like Netflix, which learns from your preferences to make better predictions for you. MT: Because sex is a huge part of a relationship that people don't always focus on.
I know lots of start-ups in the dating space posing impressive growth.
But, generally, they are modelled on the concept of "walled gardens" where the contact detail is hidden and is revealed upon payment.
There site also seems pretty confused between "being casual" and "capturing data for serious relationships" (religion?
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In my studies, I've found that about half of daters say they're looking for "sexually passionate romance" and want to have a "great" sex life.
MT: People's public personas often correspond to their sexual personas.
I am not sure of an identifier for a site that has "succeeded".
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