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Loveflutter, which soft-launched in New York last month, and gets a UK push today, aims to do just that.Powered by Freebase, the 37-million strong open database of people, places and things acquired by Google in 2010 and now part of the search giant’s Knowledge Graph, the online dating site connects people based on shared interests.your favourite band, book or movie), by tapping the power of Freebase, other structured data is also included, such as genre, author, or director.This is then used to make “semantic connections” between users, which provides the framework for Loveflutter’s interest-matching process.Then it’s thrown back in our faces and we start to point fingers at everyone else. that you’re running down to the deli to pick up some tomatoes and skim milk, will be crawled by the search engine spiders and uploaded, becoming part of your search history forever.So, the question isn’t “to Google or not to Google,” as one reader put it when I posted your question on my Facebook page, but what you do with what you learn.
We met for coffee at a local Starbucks and started to hit it off.
Google has announced the date for its Google Marketing Next keynote livestream, which will look at topics like marketing, advertising and how to make the most of Google’s products for businesses.
The livestream will be held on Tuesday 23rd May 2017 at am, and should last for one hour.
The idea of matching prospective dates based on shared interests is about as old as dating itself.
But understanding how one set of interests relate to another, certainly at scale, is arguably something that machines can do a lot more efficiently than humans, so why not harness that capability for match-making purposes.