Three Day Rule says that using the technology helps them to narrow the database of potential matches.Staff at the Washington Post have actually tried it out for themselves and described the results as “uncanny”. Dating website is offering users the chance to use facial recognition technology to find a mate who looks like your ex.Newsweek reports that has paired up with a company called Three Day Rule to provide the facial recognition service.Of course, aren’t the only ones taking advantage of computers that can recognise your fizzog.Making use of old memories: Users of and Three Day Rule's service will be asked to send a photo of their ex (illustrated) so it can then be analysed by facial recgintion technology to find matches with similar characteristics, such as face shape It can scan the room, trying to match people with pictures takes from social networking and dating site, and the app's makers claim it can even check the sex offenders register before deciding on a match.Today, facial recognition technology is used by the government for surveillance and security purposes, like identifying a criminal.But more and more companies are adopting the tool for other purposes.
Three Day Rule then conducts a screening with biometric software, to analyze and compare patterns in the structure of their faces—with the goal of finding what the three faces have in common (and what you, presumably, find attractive).
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Wish you could still wake up to his or her face every morning? For the princely sum of ,000 (around €3,670) you can avail of the face matching service, as well as a six month membership and consultations with a dating coach.
So, in order to make you feel a little more confident and comfortable in meeting someone new for the first time, here are some things to think about that may make your first meeting go a little more smoothly.
What is the first thing that you think of when you are preparing to get ready to meet someone for the first time?