People have put Artificial Intelligence into just about anything. The most recent thing is that through the GPT Chat, developed by the people of Open AI, users are asking for advice to generate interest in the chats that take place in dating apps like Tinder.
Anyone who lives in the world of Tinder or any other dating application knows that the process of meeting a person, potentially a partner, is tedious.
Two people who make a ‘match’ because they like each other in physical appearance or some characteristic of the profile can present difficulties when it comes to flowing a conversation.
“What do you study?”, “What do you work on?” and “Why did you break up with your last partner?” they are usually cliché phrases that many people use during a conversation. This is a mistake, due to how routine and simple these kinds of questions tend to be.
So what do I say? Those reading this review may be wondering. Whoever writes these lines does not have the answer. But apparently the GPT Chat does know how to approach a girl or a boy with whom it was matched in applications like Ok Cupid or Tinder.
Chat GPT recommends these questions in dating apps
according to review computer todayOkCupid app’s global communication manager, Michael Kaye, turned to GPT Chat for advice on what questions a person should ask during a real date or in the app’s first few chats.
The first recommendation were these six questions that you cannot miss if you want to keep an eye on your match.
- Are you more of an introvert or an extrovert?
- Are you a morning or night person?
- What is your favorite way to spend the weekend?
- What do you value most in a partner?
- How do you know when to go to the next level in a relationship?
- How do you balance your own needs with those of your partner in a relationship?
“People who think ChatGPT is the key to dating get nearly 40% more Matches on OkCupid than those who think it’s too big a brother, so we decided to leverage ChatGPT to write our in-app matchmaking questions that drive our algorithm. ”, said the executive in an interview.
Those who used Artificial Intelligence to assist with a message conversation performed better in the app. But people who did the same thing to improve their photos had no change.