Can IBM’s Connectidy app powered by Watson help you score a date?

Online dating service generates ‘true personality’ profiles for each userPlatform uses data from social media accounts and open-ended questionsThis aims to avoid misrepresentation of personalities, for honest matchesThe service also has a Tone Analyzer, offering suggestions on messagesBy Cheyenne Macdonald For Dailymail.com Published: 22:30, 22 February 2016 | Updated: 23:44, 22 February 2016 A virtual matchmaker is looking to make online dating a lot less superficial.The app called Connectidy is a ‘cognitive dating platform’ powered by IBM Watson, and artificial intelligence will make sure you never have an awkward exchange again.On many dating sites, users have a tendency to misrepresent their own personalities. But, Watson will use dynamic algorithms to sculpt ‘true personality’ profiles in attempts to build more honest connections.Scroll down for video  A virtual matchmaker is looking to make online…


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