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Lone programmers develop algorithms that chat with hundreds of matches in Tinder at the same time

Lone programmers develop algorithms that chat with hundreds of matches in Tinder at the same time

  • Programmers had trouble pairing with women in Tinder
  • One created an algorithm and taught him to swipe right in the games he liked.
  • Another took the algorithm and taught him to have basic conversations.
  • The chat bot was finally banned in the Tinder application

The lovely person you are chatting with in Tinder can actually be a disguised bot.

The programmers have developed technology that can choose and talk with the parties, without the need for the human to get involved, Mashable reports.

A data scientist created an algorithm to access his Tinder profile and slide 100 women every day, and a computer programmer took the technology one step further: he trained her to have basic conversations.

Redesigned by Robert Winters, the bot had about 200 conversations with different parties at once.

However, Tinder captured the technology quite quickly and banned Winters from the platform.

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Programmers have developed technology that can choose and talk with the parties, without the need for the human to get involved. A data scientist created an algorithm to access his Tinder profile and slide 100 women every day, and a computer programmer took the technology one step further: he trained her to have basic conversations

Programmers have developed technology that can choose and talk with the parties, without the need for the human to get involved. A data scientist created an algorithm to access his Tinder profile and slide 100 women every day, and a computer programmer took the technology one step further: he trained her to have basic conversations

The algorithm was initially created by Jeffery Li, a data scientist at DoorDash, who used it as a research tool and to help him improve his online dating life.

"I have talked to many friends who were in dating applications, it tends to be overwhelming for them," he told Mashable.

"However, on the other hand, if a boy doesn't have an excellent profile, you tend to get crickets."

Li trained the technology, which he called "DATE-A-MINER& # 39; to swipe right in matches, you would be attracted to using the Tinder API and Google images.

Then he wrote a script, allowing him to slide through each profile and save each image in a "like" folder or a "dislike" folder.

"One problem I noticed was that I moved to the left for approximately 80% of the profiles," Li wrote in his blog.

& # 39; As a result, I had about 8000 in dislikes and 2000 in the folder I like.

The algorithm was initially created by Jeffery Li, a data scientist at DoorDash, who used it as a research tool and to help him improve his online dating life. Li trained the technology, which he called & # 39; DATE-A-MINER & # 39; to swipe to the right in matches that would appeal to you using the Tinder API and Google images

The algorithm was initially created by Jeffery Li, a data scientist at DoorDash, who used it as a research tool and to help him improve his online dating life. Li trained the technology, which he called & # 39; DATE-A-MINER & # 39; to swipe to the right in matches that would appeal to you using the Tinder API and Google images

The algorithm was initially created by Jeffery Li, a data scientist at DoorDash, who used it as a research tool and to help him improve his online dating life. Li trained the technology, which he called & # 39; DATE-A-MINER & # 39; to swipe to the right in matches that would appeal to you using the Tinder API and Google images

This is a seriously unbalanced data set. Because I have so few images for the I like folder, the date-ta miner will not be well trained to know what I like.

"You'll only know what I don't like."

& # 39; To solve this problem, I found google images of people I found attractive.

& # 39; Then I scraped these images and used them within my data set & # 39 ;.

Li told Mashable that he would get about five games per week and that he would take charge of chatting with the women.

Two years later, Winters decided that he also needed a boost when it came to online dating and downloaded Li's file.

He taught the algorithm how to hold a conversation using a program of rudimentary conversations that would go in one of two directions.

"At one time, the robot was having maybe 200 conversations at a time," he told Mashable, adding: "I think Tinder knew it and, of course, they banned me from entering the platform."

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