Dating app uses machine learning to find your most compatible partner

Dating app uses machine learning to find your most compatible partner

Denver-based Say Allo marries the user interface of swipe-based dating apps that users have become accustomed to, like Tinder and Bumble, with the compatibility measurements of dating sites like OK Cupid, eHarmony and Match.

Since then, he was able to partner with Steve Shaw, who helped built Amazon’s learning algorithm, Kris Collins, who previously developed apps for Audi and The North Face and with Board Member Brian Shaw, a co-developer of cognitive behavior therapy to develop the new dating app

Rather, users answer about 10 questions about themselves, instead of what they’re looking for. The questions let the algorithm Say Allo uses to start learning about the customer. As that person starts swiping through the app more, the algorithm learns about what they like and dislike. The algorithm can learn what factors are increasingly important to users, even going so far as to detect facial features a person prefers.