What kinds of data can be mined from dating apps? And is dating in D.C. really as bad as we think it is?
Last week, General Assembly explored these questions with Amanda Bradford, founder of dating app The League. The event was moderated by GA’s partnership specialist, Shahier Rahman.
The League is a selective dating app that Bradford has said aspires to be the “Harvard of dating apps.” That has led to criticism that it is elitist. While she didn’t explicitly address those concerns on Tuesday night, Bradford did pop the hood on some of the data science and entrepreneurship behind her business practices. Here are five takeaways from her conversation with Rahman.
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