Want To Get Married? Come To Japan, The Goverment Will Help You Using AI

Dhir Acharya - Dec 11, 2020


Want To Get Married? Come To Japan, The Goverment Will Help You Using AI

For those living in Japan, the government is willing to help them find their potential life-long partners through the use of artificial intelligence (AI).

Finding the perfect match is a mission impossible for some people, especially when in-person contact is limited due to the outbreak of the coronavirus since last year as well as the resulting quarantines and lockdowns.

For those living in Japan, however, the government is willing to help them find their potential life-long partners through the use of artificial intelligence. As part of its attempt to increase the birth rate in the country, the Japanese government has been trying to help single, heterosexual women and men find a future spouse so they could get married and start new families. From 2000 to 2019, the annual number of marriages in Japan went down by 200,000, 800,000 as opposed to 600,000.

The number of annual marriages in Japan is declining
The number of annual marriages in Japan is declining

As reported by Sora News 24, out of 47 prefectures in Japan, 25 are currently benefiting from government-run matchmaking service in which users input their preferences for a partner including age, educational level, and income. The dating service will then list out users that meet such criteria.

Nevertheless, the Cabinet Office of Japan now thinks such dating services are not advanced enough to help people achieve lasting romantic connections. This is why AI is used.

The new AI dating system will help people find spouses better
The new AI dating system will help people find spouses better

The new AI-powered dating system will have the user answer more questions to indicate their values across various topics. Users will also have to provide more information about their interests and hobbies.

This personality-driven service will help increase the probability of marriage for couples compared with a system based only on income, age, and education. The government will pay 2/3 of the introduction and operation costs of the new AI system.

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