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It was only a matter of time before the tech industry got involved in our love life. Enter Three Day Rule, a dating site that recently launched in San Francisco. SF Weekly reports that the dating site combines the power of love along with some spiffy facial recognition software that would make any techie drool. Expect sparks to fly after submitting your own version of do’s and dont’s (marital status, height, education level) when it comes to your Bay Area beau.

“The computer then tries to discern patterns and create some kind of taste profile.” SF notes. Now, if only the tech industry could do something about those awkward first kisses …

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Sarah McClure loves the colorful writing, and opportunity to connect to larger issues, that Arts & Culture reporting allows—she reads the Times’ Art Beat often. Here, she’s experiencing art on the street that the LA native is accustomed to seeing whiz-by from car windows. She is a Master's degree candidate at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, where she is specializing in multimedia, Spanish-language reporting and Latin America.

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