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Не могу поверить, что здесь нет этой ссылки: https://www.ted.com/talks/amy_webb_how_i_hacked_online_dating... Барышня с одной стороны составила список параметров своего избранника, присвоила всем веса и установила пороги, а с другой — сделала кучку фейковых мужских аккаунтов, чтобы изучить, как выглядит аккаунт успешной женщины, какими отличается свойствами, после чего причесала свой соответственно.
Well, one month later, I had a lot of data, and I was able to do another analysis. And as it turns out, content matters a lot. So smart people tend to write a lot -- 3,000, 4,000, 5,000 words about themselves, which may all be very, very interesting. The challenge here, though, is that the popular men and women are sticking to 97 words on average that are written very, very well, even though it may not seem like it all the time. The other hallmark of the people who do this well is that they're using non-specific language. So in my case, "The English Patient" is my most favorite movie ever, but it doesn't work to use that in a profile, because that's a superficial data point, and somebody may disagree and decide they don't want to go out because they didn't like sitting through the three-hour movie. ‎- yakovis