Attractive Metadata Could Be The Golden Ticket To Dating

Attractive Metadata Could Be The Golden Ticket To Dating

A new study reveals how personal tracking can change the dating game

Leo Lutero
  • 29 april 2016

With sleep trackers, heart monitors, activity wristbands and other data-logging devices, people today have more numbers to describe their lifestyles than ever before. And research from Newcastle University shows how these numbers pave way to a new human social function: metadating.

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