Tinder to launch self-authenticate photo verification service
Verified profiles will display a blue checkmark so members can trust their authenticity.
Popular dating application Tinder has reportedly set to launch a photo verification service, which will help ensure every match is who they say they are.
The feature allows users to self-authenticate through a series of real-time posed selfies, which are compared to existing profile photos using human-assisted AI technology. Verified profiles will display a blue checkmark so members can trust their authenticity.
“Every day, millions of our members trust us to introduce them to new people, and we are dedicated to building innovative safety features powered by best-in-class technology that meet the needs of today’s daters,” said Elie Seidman, CEO of Tinder said in a statement on Thursday.
The feature is currently testing in select markets and will continue becoming more widely available throughout 2020. Tinder has also reportedly announced a partnership with safety app Noonlight to give US-based users free access to the app. The on-demand integration will allow members to share details about upcoming dates via Noonlight’s Timeline feature.
*Edited from an IANS report.