Matches and conversations were looked at from four months in 2016, to find out whether people stayed picky or loosened up a bit.
"Selecting a mate can be one of the largest psychological and economic decisions a person can make and has long been the subject of social science research across a range of disciplines," said Stephen Whyte, a behavioural economist at Queensland University of Technology, and lead author of the study in a statement.
An emotionally balanced person will know how to react to every situation in a way that makes them seem mature and intelligent.
An important part of the development task is to bridge the inevitable infrastructure gap caused by the app’s rapid global acceptance as it “launched and exploded all over the map from day one.”It's time to take Tinder to the next level.
He told the crowd: “I strongly believe in acquisition as an avenue to grow the company because we’re still a small team [of] about 250, but we have a lot of opportunities ahead of us.”And, artificial intelligence (AI), seems to be the major enabler for Tinder to continuously innovate and go after its long-term goal of “getting everyone who is single on Tinder.” It’s a massive market.
When you're on a dating website like or idly swiping on Tinder, generally you're more likely to match with — and also speak to — someone who is intellectually similar.
However, this doesn't stay true as you age, according to new research.