Endless numbers of books, movies, plays and songs have been written about the hardships of finding love, how wonderful it is when it happens, and the tragedy of not getting the one you find that special someone has changed through the ages, and so has what happens when you succeed.
We have developed new means of communication, and this is reflected in our hunt for love.
Today, internet dating and mobile dating have become common, but what new ways of dating could the future offer?
Facial recognition software keeps improving, and coupled with augmented reality in e.g.
smart glasses, you will soon be able to attach an identity to strangers you meet on the street or at social events.
Information about their interests can be used to break the ice: “I can tell by looking at you that you are a ” Maybe the person’s identity can be linked to in-depth reviews from former partners, so you can learn if the he or she is worth hunting.
Here, as with other crowdsourced reviews, you have to be careful with false reviews that cast the ‘product’ in an unreasonably good light.
Even now we have software that is better than people at judging other people’s moods and even telling if they lie or speak the truth.
the engagement is off and they are officially single ...
As for Future's response to Ciara's allegations ...
We're told she has the kid and fully intends to get custody.
The quest for a romantic or sexual partner has always been a large part of human existence.