Kate Chan, a 30-year-old digital marketer in Silicon Valley, first approached dating apps with a blend of curiosity and hope that they’d help her find a great guy. But after six months of dead-end mismatches with guys she thought were boring or work-obsessed, she has gone back to what she called “meeting the old-fashioned way”: without a screen. She now meets guys at do-it-yourself crafting meetups and her rock-climbing gym. “I didn’t want to rely on the algorithms anymore,” she said. “When it comes down to it, I really have to see that person face to face, to get that intuition, that you don’t get in a digital way.”
Source: Washington Post
Date: February 15th, 2018
1) “Maybe the human mysteries of chemistry and attraction aren’t problems big data can solve.” Is the issue the AI, the app, or the chemistry?
2) What other things are out there that would be very difficult to apply AI to?