Do dating sites have fake profiles
“You have apps like Tinder, where you are unlimited on swipes and matches (at least with Tinder Plus today).These would seem likely very bot-vulnerable, because a bot can like a large number of users and generate a large number of matches,” he said.For the uninitiated, chatbots are computer programs that have been designed to simulate conversation with humans—and they’re everywhere.Bots now account for 61 percent of web traffic, meaning so many are crawling around the internet they’re creating more traffic than humans.
Or, on the flip site, bot creators might heavily these sites thanks to the volume of people they can reach.
” responses, would you be able to tell the difference?
A friend recently came to me with a problem: He was chatting with a sexy blond woman on Tinder and couldn’t tell if she was a real person.
For the past two days he had been talking with her under the assumption she was a carbon-based life form, but then he started to question her responses.
Once you match with a bot on a dating site, it might try to sell you an online game (see the Castle Clash fiasco), lure you to a pornographic site, or generally convince you to sign up for something you probably don’t want or need.
Usually the bots are pretty obvious in their endeavors. With no sales pitch and definitely no “Hey, I’m a bot!