Fish catch dating
(That includes those who are curious to see who they look like of the opposite gender.) A Tinder representative told NBC News they've contacted to say the app is violating their terms.
These are the arms with which I will hold you during long, dark nights. My arms ache for you, and I have nothing left but to stretch them out and fly home to your heart.Tinder is free and used in more than 190 countries, and the images that we serve are profile images, which are available to anyone swiping on the app," the company said in a statement."We continue to implement measures against the automated use of our API, which includes steps to deter and prevent scraping." Controversy aside, the technology was impressive when NBC News took it for a spin.There are plenty of fish in the sea — and on Tinder.But what do you do if you’re not getting tons of bites?The Fish Brain study used Tinder profile photos of Florida men, ages 18 to 35, while the women were in their late teens and early 20s. In the survey, the women who considered a man with a fish attractive were then presented with 10 images of men with their catches — and the great northern tilefish came out on top, deemed the “hottest catch.” They’re stunning, iridescent creatures — and apparently a pretty fish can make the person holding it look pretty good, too.
The second most-popular fish was the sailfish, which the Fish Brain study calls “lean, powerful and independent” and the “marine embodiment of grace and virility.” That could be a bit of a leap, but here’s an image of Ernest Hemingway with two sailfish. With the pithiness of Tinder profiles and messaging, I trust that Hemingway would do very well in the online-dating age.
"In a general sense, AI and this type of technology is something that people are really interested in but they rarely get a chance to see or touch," Ahrens said.
"Everyone knows Facebook uses this tech to auto tag you, but as a user you don’t get to play with that.
Ahrens said this is because the system is currently experiencing a bit of a backlog.
Other than that, it's still incredibly fun to play with.
It's free to play with some celebrity faces, but for $7.99 per month (that's after a free one-week trial), you can input any face you want.