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In the new season of Black Mirror, the episode Hang the DJ explores what could be the future of dating apps: a world where the "System" (the AI ​​that manages matches between people) sets a date of expiration for the relationship.
In the French Osmosis anticipation series, a device implanted in the brain of users and connected to the Osmosis app, will allow them to dig up the love.
The algorithms dating apps are not content to put us in contact, now the app Pheramor offers to have its users match their DNA: we receive a kit to collect saliva and the service is based on a dozen genes related to pheromones for us to choose suitors.
the Hinge app has an "anti-ghosting" weapon, consisting of a notification that says "your turn" to encourage the other to answer a question or continue the discussion. Either a cognitive "nudge" (an incentive and not an obligation) that can reduce ghosting by 25% depending on the company.
Is this our future reality?

Paris in the near future. A new dating app is appearing on the market. It helps people find their soulmate by collecting data from their brain. But finding true love comes at a price. Are you ready to pay for it?

Dans la nouvelle saison de Black Mirror, l’épisode Hang the DJ explore ce que pourrait être le futur des applis de rencontres : un monde où le “System” (l’IA qui gère les matches entre les personnes) définit une date d’expiration pour la relation.
Dans la série d’anticipation française Osmosis, un dispositif implanté dans le cerveau des utilisateurs et connecté à l'appli Osmosis, leur permettra de trouver l’amour. 
Les algorithmes des applis de rencontres ne se contentent plus de nous mettre en relation, désormais, l’appli Pheramor propose de faire matcher ses usagers selon leur ADN : on reçoit un kit pour prélever sa salive et le service se base sur une dizaine de gènes liée aux phéromones pour nous choisir des prétendants.
l’appli Hinge dispose d’une arme “anti-ghosting”, consistant en une notification qui indique “à ton tour” pour encourager l’autre à répondre à une question ou à continuer la discussion. Soit un “nudge” cognitif (une incitation et non une obligation) qui permet de faire baisser le ghosting de 25% selon l’entreprise.
Est ce notre future réalité ?

Osmosis

Among the many characters that populate Osmosis, the new series of anticipation made in France Netflix, a profile stands out clearly: that of Yuming Hey, who camped Billie. His physique, his voice, his elocution, his gestures and his look contribute to the incarnation of an unusual and fascinating sidekick. At a time when the notion of "non-binarity" and other issues around gender are crossing society, Netflix feeds the debate with this androgynous character.

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