There's now a robot that swipes Tinder for you based on your body's reaction

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With over 9 billion matches so far, Time Magazine calls Tinder "the world's hottest app." Tired of swiping "yes" or "no" to your potential matches? Not to worry! There's now a robot that will do this for you, based on how sweaty your palms get.

The True Love Tinder Robot was developed by NYU Interactive Telecommunications Program graduate student, Nicole He, as part of her final project.

According to the Daily Dot, the robot contains "sensors which analyze your galvanic skin response (the electrical characteristics of your skin) and tell the robot hand to swipes right or left with its thumb depending on how sweaty your palms get when you look at a person."​



Simply place your hands on the sensor, and let the True Love Tinder Robot find your soulmate!

Okay, so it's not exactly this simple, but this certainly is a fascinating step forward in the world of technology innovation...What in the world will they think of next?

[h/t Daily Dot]

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