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"Traditional heterosexual dating apps have a fatal flaw: women get flooded with low-quality messages – at best vapid, at worst boorish – to the point where checking the inbox becomes an unappealing chore. Partly as a result, men see most of their messages ignored. Nobody is happy, but nobody can do anything about it. Well, none of the users, individually, can. But a new generation of dating apps impose limitations on daters that might liberate them."
- "How Game Theory Improves Dating Apps" The Economist: 1843
About Uri Bram
Uri Bram is the bestselling author of Thinking Statistically, consults for major international organisations, and speaks at businesses and non-profits about using data and statistical thinking effectively in the real world. His work is used widely at universities and professional schools to teach statistical thinking to math-phobic students, and he also does speaking and consulting for select clients.