Dating Pro digest: Bumble Brew is in no hurry to open; Match Group on the watch for women’s health; In isolation people lose confidence in their attractiveness; Kaspersky found out how many AI supporters are on dating sites.

Sep 7, 2021

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Dating industry news digest:

  • Bumble Brew is in no hurry to open;
  • Match Group on the watch for women’s health;
  • In isolation people lose confidence in their attractiveness;
  • Kaspersky found out how many AI supporters are on dating sites.

 

 

Bumble Brew is in no hurry to open

On July 24, the opening of the Bumble Brew Café in New York was planned — an offline subsidiary of the popular online dating service.

According to the plan, the establishment was to become a place for meeting clients: romantic dates, parties, business lunches. In the future, a whole chain of restaurants under the Bumble Brew brand was planned in other cities.

For technical reasons, the opening had to be postponed indefinitely due to unforeseen circumstances connected with construction work.

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Match Group on the watch for women’s health

Match Group and Tinder in India are launching a joint startup, Veera Health, a platform to help diagnose women’s diseases online.

The project office, which has already raised $3000000 in investment, is located in Mumbai.

Due to the causes of diseases, about 20% of Indian women have problems with the onset of ovulation and conception, girls 18-25 years old suffer from PCOS. Early diagnosis and psychological support while helping wearers return to full value lives.

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In isolation people lose confidence in their attractiveness

In isolation Bumble customers began to feel more anxious about their appearance. The research showed that compared to 2020, men and women began to feel dissatisfied with themselves more often, they are ready to cancel a date at the last minute if they find that they do not look good enough. 58% of users have carefully prepared their bodies for the beach season, despite not planning a vacation.

Bumble Survey considers body shaming to be one of the concerns and continues to fight this phenomenon early this year. The rules of the application prohibit the propaganda of outdated stereotypes about the ideal physique. Artificial intelligence blocks relevant vocabulary along with other offensive expressions.

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Kaspersky found out how many AI supporters are on dating sites

 

The cybersecurity leader conducted a survey of 18,000 users of popular dating apps in 27 countries.

As a result of the survey, it turned out that 44% find useful the implemention artificial intelligence implemention. 41% of respondents hope that the algorithm will help weed out obviously inappropriate candidates. 37% believe they will be able to choose the one of a few select partners.

Kaspersky is developing new dating apps that make dating safer.

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