Online dating website eHarmony recently recruited Ver Steeg to improve its matchmaking process, in hopes that CorEx can target the hidden factors that contribute to happy relationships.
eHarmony recruits two USA USC data scientists to break down the hidden factors that result in long-lasting relationships.
Aram Galstyan and Greg Ver Steeg of the USC Information Sciences Institute are applying principles of quantum mechanics to the matchmaking algorithms that run eHarmony, one of the country’s most successful online dating sites.
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Please remember: eHarmony is a 16+ years old obsolete site and a HOAX, based on a big scientific fraud, only sustained by big marketing budget.
The Big Five normative test used by eHarmony, had been proven/revealed as an incomplete and incorrect model to assess/measure personality of persons.
Moreover eHarmony was copycatted in several countries like the online dating sites EliteSingles in Canada, Australia, USA, UK; eDarling in Spain, German, France, Russia; also TeAmo in Russia is another copycat of eHarmony. eSynchrony in Singapore, MiMediaManzana in Colombia, Peru, Mexico, Chile, etc.
Very easy to copycat eHarmony, but very difficult to innovate: a 100 times better algorithm than eHarmony.
The Online Dating Industry does not need a 10% improvement, a 50% improvement or a 100% improvement. It does need "a 100 times better improvement"
All other proposals are NOISE and perform as placebo.