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Soon, You Will Find Your Date via DNA Match


If you’re sick of swiping through dating apps in the hopes of finding love, you’ll be happy to hear that this could be a thing of the past in the near future.

We keep using dating apps because they’re always an option when you’re single and need attention —though definitely not better than meeting people in real life.

However, researchers from Imperial College London and eHarmony suggest that by 2025, singletons will be paired in labs, based on their DNA.

In a new report based on an analysis of society, health and demographic data, researchers have made predictions on the future of dating.

The report said: “By 2025 battling over your profile on dating sites could become obsolete, with a combination of genetic matching and Artificial Intelligence predicting sexual chemistry and compatibility between singles.”

Genes are known to play a key role in determining sexual attraction. In particular, major histocompatibility complex (MHC) genes, which regulate our immune systems, are thought to unconsciously influence mate choice.

By analysing MHC gene codes, researchers suggest that online dating platforms could predict whether users who are attracted to each other online will still be attracted to each other in person.

The report added: “While gene-code matching might take three to five years, the data and initial model is starting to take shape. As a result, by 2025 many matches could be made in labs.”
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