In today's generation, people have become sequestered in their phones. While the world got infinitely smaller with the help of social media, people have become more and more isolated. Sometimes, we even prefer talking to people online rather than actually talking to people who are with us. Because of this, one might say that Facebook, the immensely popular website that ultimately changed the social media landscape, can know a person better than his or her own parents.
Founded in February 2004, the infamous social media site has since then been collecting data on us--our location, our habits, our likes and more! This allows Facebook to tailor the ads we see, the pages it displays, and all that jazz. However, what will happen when it uses all the data it has accumulated from us in finding each of our own matches? Will it create more relevant and perfect matches compared to other dating apps?
Breaking the glass ceiling yet again, Facebook launches its newest dating feature called Facebook Dating. Since everyone has more or less grown dependent on Facebook, will this new feature ultimately lead to perfect matches? Read on to find out.