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This data could eventually be “fed into an algorithm” that matches partners based on a combination of DNA, personality traits and values. Which brings us onto…You probably already yell instructions at your Alexa all day, but it turns out that your home assistant can also help your dating life.e Harmony itself has an Alexa plugin, which allows your virtual assistant to “run through your matches, give a summary of messages, round up your daily activity and deliver profile pictures to your phone”.
It also thinks that Alexa and Google Home will soon be able to “diagnose the health of a relationship by responding to language and audio clues”. In 2018, an Oxford University survey found that the maximum number of people we can effectively communicate with in one week is seven – so e Harmony reckon that we’ll start to incorporate a more mindful approach to our dating lives.
Administrerende direktør og presseansvarlig i Møteplassen, Mikael Josander, seier dette er uaktuelt for dei. Det verkar useriøst og kan godt vere ei bedrift som tullar.
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They point to the “green shoots of a DNA matching movement”, with companies including DNA Romance “measuring compatibility based on cheek swabs and body scents”. A Japanese company, Gatebox, has created a “pocket-sized hologram girlfriend” who ‘lives’ inside a jar. The jar comes with a camera, speaker and light sensors, and your new ‘girlfriend’ can text you, talk to you and even control appliances inside your house.
On purchasing, the provider will send you a testing kit with everything you need to take the sample.
You can take the sample at home and after you send the kit back, you’ll receive your results a few weeks later.
The app processes DNA from a cheek swab to match users based on their pheromones -- the chemicals released by the body that can trigger attraction.
The creators say there are 11 genes that impact attraction.
"Yes there's some strangeness in sending your spit in the mail, but I also think, you know, putting your credit card into the internet was really weird and now everyone does Amazon," said Barreto.