Mc Kinlay's moment of reckoning is described as such: "He'd been approaching online matchmaking like any other user.
As they answer more questions with similar answers, their compatibility increases.
The bots also gathered data about the types of questions answered most frequently by women in each cluster, so that Mc Kinlay could A) pick a cluster he liked (in his case, "indie types, musicians and artists," of course) and B) mimic their question-answering patterns.
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She writes in the introduction: Mathematics is ultimately the study of patterns — predicting phenomena from the weather to the growth of cities, revealing everything from the laws of the universe to the behavior of subatomic particles…Mc Kinlay created 12 fake Ok Cupid profiles ("bots"), which were then used to data-mine thousands of women's profiles, grouping potential matches by age, career type, and lifestyle, among other categories.
This will allow you to do multiple experiment and create your own formula.
Each lecture clearly describes the technique and its application as well as coupled with Quiz/Practice exercise. So, it's a complete workshop having learn-practice-revise model.
You may be asking yourself how we explain the components of human attraction in a way that a computer can understand it.