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After the date, the app checks in with both people to see how it went and recommend whether they should continue to see each other or keep looking.Teman hopes to make it available across the United States early next year."Guys don't know how to ask, it's astounding really how many people need help and we think we can do that in an automated way." 'Takes pressure off' British dating app Loveflutter plans to use AI to analyse chats between its users to determine their compatibility and suggest when they should meet."We will ping a message saying 'You are getting along really well, why don't you go on your first date'," said Loveflutter co-founder Daigo Smith.When you open the app, a soothing voice asks questions about what you like to do on a date or where you would like to travel.It then suggests suitable matches based on your personality.Celebrity lookalikes Badoo, a London-based dating app, is now using AI and facial recognition technology to let users find a match that looks like anyone at all, including their ex or celebrity crush.Users can upload a picture of someone and the app will find lookalikes among Badoo's more than 400 million users worldwide.
The app also reminds you to ask questions "about the things that are important to you" during the date, he added.
Among the doubters at the Web Summit was UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, who said he was "a little bit sceptical" it could help "people chose their soul mates".