Millions of singles are looking for love online, but are dating sites capable of finding your perfect match? A report in the journal Psychological Science found that despite their claims, there’s no evidence a matchmaking site’s algorithm actually works. The study says long-term compatibility is impossible to measure prior to a face-to-face meeting. Read the full article at PCMag.com
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