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Greater affordability will allow for more research, and by 2040 people may have a clear understanding of the role our DNA plays in attraction, as part of the ‘matching’ process.
The growing ‘hyper-connectivity’ between our everyday devices – known as the ‘Internet of Things’ – together with the prominence of wearable technology, could transform how people meet by 2040.
A product such as Smart Contact Lenses could track the type of people you look at most frequently when your body produces the signs of attraction.
Improved connectivity and artificial intelligence could also allow for greater ‘deep learning’ by processing of vast amounts of highly complex data from multiple sources.
Advances in wearable technology would allow people to meet in virtual reality from any location around the world.
While in recent years DNA research has been cost prohibitive, the price of DNA sequencing has fallen from around £52million in 2003 to £650 today.
We have to look someone in the eye and talk to them, because we become addicted, accustomed to communicated through the impersonal avenue of technology, so it's about values,” he added. Take the movie “Her,” where a man falls in love with his computer operating system.
What if we could create the ultimate match for ourselves, even a robot that we could physically touch?
The students took a creative approach to the project, drawing on both their business skills and knowledge of Imperial College as a global leader in technology and innovation.”“The consulting project is a key part of the MSc Management that allows students to develop hands-on experience, preparing them for a wide range of careers in management, such as consultancy and financial services.”The report predicts that in 25 years the rate at which data can be shared will be so fast that all five human senses could be digitally simulated to create a full-sensory virtual reality.
The students compiled a business report based on analysis of how people’s lifestyle habits have evolved over the past 100 years, drawing on interviews with experts across the fields of anthropology, sociology, technology and biomedicine.
The aim of the project was to help e Harmony gain insight into emerging trends within the dating industry and the company’s place within the current market.
Rabbi Shmuley Boteach is the author of “Kosher Sex and Kosher Lust.” Much of his work focuses on how we can make the most of our relationships.
“Any technology that enhances and facilitates greater closeness between a man and a woman in love is a good thing,” he said. We can't allow feelings of awkwardness to develop in the relationship.