Conventional wisdom tells us it is wise to keep our work and private life separate. But, in Japan – with loneliness at an all-time high due to the pandemic – more than 800 companies have signed up for an AI-powered dating app in the hope of helping their employees find love.
- The Aill goen app makes suggestions of what users should say in their text messages to fast track romance
- It also gauges how much a suitor likes the other person and when the timing is right to ask for a date
- But a psychologist warns against couples using technology as a substitute for connection and intimacy
With almost two years of COVID-19 limiting the opportunity for young Japanese to interact in person, the app – known as Aill goen – guides courting couples in their text-message chats by suggesting questions to keep the conversation flowing. Read More