Case in point: In the app's free version, users can choose from images of around regular and online celebrities and perform an unofficial crawl of platforms like Tinder, OkCupid, and Plenty of Fish to find doppelgangers located anywhere. In a phone interview last week, Ahrens explained that the app is just as useful for finding lookalikes to past lovers as it is for finding faux celebrity crushes. See also: Ahrens noted that helping users finding visually curated sexy-friends wasn't his only goal with the app. According to Ahrens, users have already reported uploading their own photos to see whether they've been 'catfished' meaning someone's ripped off and reused their photos and to determine what they'd look like as another gender, based on the AI's unseen but growing idea of who looks like what, and how chromosomes might tie in.
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A dating app is offering people the chance to meet lookalikes of their favourite celebrities thanks to new facial recognition technology. Through the app, called Badoo, singletons can choose any well-known star they fancy — or even upload a picture of a non-famous person who they know — to find doppelgangers nearby. Londoners can also be put in touch with people who resemble their secret real-life crushes in a bid to cure unrequited love or recreate their childhood sweetheart. Across the rest of the world, Donald Trump is surprisingly the 10th most searched-for celebrity while Kim Kardashian ranks at number one followed by Emma Stone, Beyonce and Selena Gomez. Badoo Lookalikes is already proving to be just that.
Dating website matches couples who look alike
Online dating startup Soul2Match promises to match singles based solely on one piece of information from each of them: Yes, founders Jorn Eiting and Linda van Liempt are serious. They cite several studies that show what we're all really looking for in our ideal mate is ourselves. The research itself is less absolute. Some of it shows that couples with similar levels of attractiveness are the happiest.
Hands up if you have hundreds of matches on dating apps who you've never spoken to. Yeah, same. It's a pretty common habit, and probably the result of just having too much choice. But according to Erika Ettin, relationship coach and the founder of dating site A Little Nudge , this is just one of the many ways we are doing ourselves a disservice when it comes to looking for love.