Dating News digest: A Dating Coach Emerges from the Most Swiped Man on Tinder Startup Roundup – 21st April The younger generation is changing the traditional dating scene by replacing bar dates with fitness activities Three out of four singles are open to using an AI-powered chatbot to assist them in their dating lives.
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Dating News digest:
- A Dating Coach Emerges from the Most Swiped Man on Tinder;
- Startup Roundup;
- Gen Z is replacing traditional dating with fitness activities;
- 75% of singles are willing to use an AI chatbot for their dating life.
A Dating Coach Emerges from the Most Swiped Man on Tinder
Stefan-Pierre Tomlin, the former most swiped man on Tinder, is now offering his expertise to other men who want to improve their online dating success.
Tomlin’s new website offers personalised coaching packages for those looking to navigate their love life and find a fulfilling, long-lasting connection.
Tomlin’s coaching service is not for men seeking hookups, and he encourages people to treat others how they want to be treated. He is critical of other male role models, like Andrew Tate, who sell a false dream, and instead offers a real solution with a bespoke plan of action that uses machines to correct dating faults.
The latest Startup Roundup features Replika, an AI companion that offers empathetic conversation, La Vette, a vetted social network for self-aware singles, and AdoptAGuy, a dating platform where only women can initiate conversations.
Last week’s Startup Roundup included Athena, a fitness community, Loop, a platform for setting up single friends, and Jaiye, a dating app aimed at empowering Africans to find meaningful relationships.
Gen Z is replacing traditional dating with fitness activities
According to a survey by Bumble, younger singles are opting for active first dates, such as attending fitness classes, cycling, or exercising, instead of traditional bar dates.
The survey also found that 46% of Gen Z and millennial singles in the US have gone on an active first date. This trend is in line with the younger generation’s preference for healthier lifestyles, as they consume less alcohol than their predecessors.
Hinge also found that 30% of its users prefer to have sober dates.
75% of singles are willing to use an AI chatbot for their dating life
According to a recent study by Kaspersky, 75% of dating app users are open to using an AI-powered chatbot to improve their chat-up lines.
However, 57% of all respondents believe that using AI in online dating is dishonest. The study also found that 54% of single men surveyed would use an AI chatbot to make themselves appear funnier or smarter, while 51% of single women respondents would use it to speak to multiple potential partners at the same time.
The use of AI in online dating is a topic of debate, with some experts warning of the dangers of relying too heavily on AI and losing the authenticity of human interaction.
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