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Can You Use Algorithms To Find Love?

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Can You Use Algorithms To Find Love?

Can You Use Algorithms To Find Love?

Can You Use Algorithms To Find Love?

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More From This Episode

Part 1 of the TED Radio Hour episode How We Love.

About Amy Webb's TEDTalk

Amy Webb was having no luck with online dating, so she started treating the world of online dating as data — effectively hacking her way to finding a spouse.

About Amy Webb

Amy Webb heads the digital strategy house Webbmedia Group. She's the author of Data: A Love Story. Webb has reported for Newsweek and The Wall Street Journal. She's a co-founder of SparkCamp, a series of weekend discussions about big ideas around media.

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