we tend to overestimate the impact of technology on human behaviour; more often than not, it is human behaviour that drives technological changes and explains their success or failure.
Technology is created by humans to meet existing desires, otherwise it wouldn’t be profitable, and, as any Silicon Valley investor knows, profitability is all.
e Harmony cuts out the hours wasted searching through dead-end profiles on other dating sites by showing only the matches that demonstrate compatibility with your profile.
Using the site’s Matching Model, 99.7% of incompatible members are eliminated.
The site also calls itself “the first relationship service to use relationship science” to develop its compatibility matching and marriage profiles. In the late 90's, after 35 years practicing as a clinical psychologist and counseling married couples, Dr.
Neil Clark Warren believed that there was a better way to find love than leaving it up to chance.
The only difference is in real life you have time to immediately correct a faux pas.
Each time their hardware matches, its turned in for a new set of hardware and each person gets another raffle ticket for great prizes donated by local businessesor maybe even a date?
It’s so innovative, in fact, that the system was even granted a US Patent.
Here is a good video that helps explain how e Harmony matching works and a little of their history as a dating service: After joining the site, every member must take the time to fill out an in-depth and rigorously defined profile, then every match is screened for compatibility.
His revelation lead to the birth of the site and the creation of e Harmony’s famous matching system.
The system is based on a complex matching method developed through extensive testing of married individuals.