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But its most profound effect may well be on the biggest decision that most people make—choosing a mate.In the early 1990s the notion of meeting a partner online seemed freakish, and not a little pathetic. Smartphones have put virtual bars in people’s pockets, where singletons can mingle free from the constraints of social or physical geography.But daters are also more able to choose partners like themselves.Assortative mating, the process whereby people with similar education levels and incomes pair up, already shoulders some of the blame for income inequality.

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It is not hard to imagine dating services of the future matching people by preferred traits, as determined by uploaded genomes.A vastly bigger market has had dramatic results for same-sex daters in particular.