Dating tech network
You’re there to build your network, to foster professional relationships outside of your office, maybe even to talk your way into consideration for a job you’ve been eyeing.
But when you sit down, the conversation steers away from your work interests and heads into personal territory.
There are still plenty of people out there in search of the perfect match, but the dating app Hater, which matches people based on the things they mutually dislike, has discovered an interesting trend among its users.
Brendan Alper, the app's founder and CEO, told Mashable he'd recently noticed that a lot of them just don’t seem to care where their potential matches are located — because they have no intention of ever meeting them IRL.
Naturally, the two earliest arrivals to the VR scene are gamers and pornographers.
Though she wasn’t outfitted with artificial intelligence, the soft construction of her face and slight gape of her pouty pink lips are so nearly real that a world populated by -like robots doesn’t feel far off.