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Early computer-aided dating dates back to 1959 when Stanford University researchers used an IBM 650 mainframe computer to match 49 couples together as part of a school project. Online dating has become the default way that people find others that could be their perfect match. New breed of online dating services is starting to blend the latest in technology, from AI to facial recognition software to take the human element out of the matching equation. Houston-based dating platform Pheramor is bringing to the online dating industry using DNA-based technology.