AI Improves the Safety Features of Dating App ‘Hily’
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AI Improves the Safety Features of Dating App 'Hily'

New competitor of famous dating app Tinder with more safety features

AI Improves the Safety Features of Dating App \'Hily\'

There are numerous drawbacks of using dating apps and one of the biggest loopholes is breaching of privacy. It has been revealed by researchers that hackers can create a strange chrome plugin to find out the exact location of a Facebook friend in Tinder. Such incidents can turn into big accidents, a case in which a malicious troll compelled a young mother to commit suicide after he set up a fake tinder account on her name.

However, dating app ‘Hily’ seems to be seriously concerned about verification of actual identity. It believes that the only criteria to set up a dating account is by verifying identity to prevent the cases of fake accounts, trolling and malicious activities.

Hilly App

Hily’s founder Yan Pronin has got excellent knowledge and experience in the world of analytics, M&A modeling, dynamic pricing, and statistical modeling. Therefore, he decided to redefine the traditional practices of dating apps and bring features that are more reliable and practical.

Hily uses machine learning on employing matchmaking algorithms instead of the geographical location of the user. Some apps like Tinder uses attractiveness level which allows users to keep swiping but minimizes the chances of matching as almost 80% of the people get ignored.

Hily makes better matches by evaluating the users with same interest levels, seeks data from the gravity of conversation and mutual likes. The quality of matches increases with the time of application usage.

Dating App

The app has exclusive criteria of providing risk score, which is completely affected by the users’ passing verification, complaints, conversation style, etc. This app will automatically block users having a high-risk score and prevent others from sharing personal information with him/her.  

In today’s strange world, Hily creates a safe environment for the users to find perfect match or make good and genuine friends.

Tanya <span>Editor In Chief</span>
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