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The future of dating, kim kardashian and ai?

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The future of dating, Kim Kardashian and AI? Coronavirus, technology and social media influencers like Kim Kardashian have transformed the way we think about dating. So what exactly is the future of dating? Technology has transformed the way we meet people and go out together From the early days of the internet, when chat rooms were rife, until today, where the swiping culture made famous by Tinder dominates our quick dating culture. Now, the coronavirus has forced people to adapt to the new rules and regulations. Although these keep people inside, singles don"t just meet each other.nt online. They host virtual dates on dating apps like Bumble or video chat services like Zoom and FaceTime. Several dating apps have expressed their anticipation of this trend to continue after the pandemic ends. a sudden change in dating habits and an acceleration of the change we just dreamed of. Online dating is booming In fact, you might think dating is hard enough, even in the best of times. Now, with all the extra government rules and social distancing guidelines due to a highly contagious virus without a vaccine, the search for love would be the last thing on people"s minds. But dating apps have never been so popular. Singles Around The World Are Turning To Dating Appsres in record numbers. The coronavirus has been good for most companies in the dating industry when it comes to some numbers. In late March and April Tinder Logged over 3 billion Swipes on the platform, and conversations soared 10-30%, the highest level of daily activity in the app"s history. stated that the dating Global online grew 82% in March of this year. The Millionaire Luxy Dating App announced its inion -ups increased 40-50% in early April and Bumble has seen a 26% increase in the number of messages sent on its platform. Meetings and influencers But let"s take a step back. Not only has the current development during the short period of the pandemic changed the dating. Celebrities and influencers have led the way in making online dating a priority. Do you remember the rise of the Kardashians? Now Kim Kardashian has over 170 million Instagram followers! So check out Kim"s sister, Kylie Jenner, who is now the world"s youngest billionaire! In just a few short years, they have become one of the most influential people in the world. So when the Kardashians constantly showed off their ever-changing dating partners, it had a huge impact on society. It has almost become the new lifestyle choice "in " to have so many dating partners… The effect is particularly noticeable in today"s youth. Instead of building up courage to ask someone out or ask for their phone number, kids today are messaging each other on Instagram to flirt and arrange a date. Young people almost use their social accounts as a glorified dating profile where appearance matters most and personality takes a back seat. Culture of change This culture of quick dating, where there is an endless number of perceived options makes everyone useless. Therefore, the emphasis is on short term relationships. There is always the thought that someone better is just a hit or a message. It "s like fast fashion.e where we constantly want the latest clothes, regardless of the mountains of waste created. Few of us want to put in the effort of figuring out how to wear the same pieces year after year and neither do we want to make the effort to really woo someone when we can quickly meet a lot of people for a lot less effort. Technology and dating Humans are constantly looking for new ways of doing things and, therefore, technology has not stopped with quick encounters and quick sweeps. AI and professionals have been hacking dating for many years now. Did you know that you could have been talking to a robot all the time? There is a service called ViDA Select (Virtual Dating Assistant) where thes professionals take care of all the little conversations on the apps to guarantee you the date without you even lifting a finger! Professionals receive a commission for each date they guarantee you without the other party ever knowing. But it is not. It is illogical to think soon that everything will be done by Artificial Intelligence ... Maybe the first time the match is addressed to a real person will take place at this first date !? Impact of the coronavirus on AI and virtual dating On the other hand, AI is already playing a crucial role in the dating industry . There is whose technology claims to bethe counselor in love throughout our life. Constantly collecting data about ourselves, analyzing it. We would find the perfect partner, having the most suitable place for the first date and would know much more preferably about our partner, so that we could come up with the perfect gifts. Besides this scenario, other AI components are already in use in life. Do you know that Dating App Prospr uses An AI technology to verify the images of its users? The coronavirus may have put pressure on dating companies to take the next steps faster. While most of them announced in the first week of the lockdown their implementation of video chats, such behavior will only be the beginning. The CEONew Dating App Quarantine Together Says That Despite The Pandemic Will End Sooner Or Later, "The Singles Behavior Adopted Now When Hosting A Virtual Date Will Remain" . My friend Liz Z. from New York, and a proud Luxy Dating App user told me: "I already had virtual dates with 3 different people and on Luxy"s video chat face . While the first time it took me a few minutes to get used to it, I love it now. There are no more questions, which usually makes me nervous, does it feel like I am having the same thing as in a real conversation? How do we share the check? Does he want to kiss me after the date? Now I can just focus on us to check if there is any ability. Not only was Luxy"s "FaceMe " deployed in no time. Recently launched are also "Date from Home " de Hinge , POF created Live! " to broadcast live with the matches, and the League offers " League Live ", a tool to speed up the date once a week with other new users. With the pioneer Bumble, which offers video chats already since last year, this trend seems to continue, as the "confirmed spokesperson Priti Joshi: "The weekafter Trump declared a national emergency, video chats increased 93% and remain at that level. The average duration of these calls is currently around 30 minutes ". The future of dating? So, what evolution comes after the pandemic? If the coronavirus had one good thing, it"s lowering the barriers to online communication. Not only people in their 20s, but also singles in their 40s, have confirmed that it is now much easier to take the chat on a dating app to the next level on FaceTime or others. Public relations manager at Luxy, Raffael Krause expressed in a interview of 2019 that virtual reality could be widely implemented in dating in the next 20 years. He predicts "Virtual dates, where all of your five senses are stimulated at the same time to create true virtual reality where you can actually hold someone"s hand or steal a kiss, before meeting your date in the room. real world. "It doesn"t seem like a mere illusion anymore. Maybe we"ll all be wearing helmets that are pretty much dated from our bedrooms. Or maybe a Kardashian will promote a new app and we"ll all be hooked on an AI-controlled dating app based on the clothes (or lack of) we like to wear. Whatever happens, we must not forget that technological change occurs by many factors and is not always an improvement for mankind .