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Teaching a Robot to Swipe on Tinder

How I used Python, pynder, and Google’s Inception network to train a robot to operate my online dating account

Illustration: Qieer Wang

WWhen friends and family ask me how I feel about my machine-learning Tinder adventure, I tell them I’m a little embarrassed, but also a little proud. After all, it worked, didn’t it?




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