Many early starters are those who have simply bolted on existing tech to a successful dating app.
French-born dating service Once seeks to match you using real-life human matchmakers and also has a Heartbeat feature, which monitors your pulse response to every suggested match using your Fitbit.
People like to see how their body reacts to things using real data."Trying it out for real, I don't necessarily feel like it brings me any closer to love.
Part of the thrill of Once is the input of a human matchmaker deciding who you best match with - it's a daily lunchtime distraction as much as a path to love - and the added data, whilst interesting, doesn't necessarily give me any extra clues to who I fancy than my own eyes do.
future’s brightest minds from Imperial College Business School and e uk have explored what dating will be like by 2040 in a report released today.
You could one day find love on the street by pointing their smartphones at strangers to see if they're single.
That's according to Tinder's CEO Sean Rad, who has been speculating on what dating might look like in the future.