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One of the more popular news stories being shared around the web this week has been the story of how Chris Mc Kinlay, a mathematics Ph D candidate “hacked” OKCupid in order to find love.
Naturally, this inspired both wonder – OMG, nerds can break the code and get laid!
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In order to do so, they both engaged in researching just what made someone desirable online through a combination of coding, A/B testing and statistical probability.
Part of OKCupid’s appeal is in the compatibility matching.
However, all the data found in the dataset are or were already publicly available, so releasing this dataset merely presents it in a more useful form.is an all-too-familiar refrain used to gloss over thorny ethical concerns.The most important, and often least understood, concern is that even if someone knowingly shares a single piece of information, big data analysis can publicize and amplify it in a way the person never intended or agreed.The guide isn't available for free, in fact, it was being sold for Bitcoins on a deep web marketplace.Bitcoin is cryptographic currency favoured by criminals as it allows semi-anonymous online transactions.