An online dating service believes it has found a way to increase your chances of finding a perfect partner.
It's a robot Cupid which seeks out compatible mates based on the preferences they specify.
Each night at 1am US time it runs runs through 15,000 romance profiles and and fires its bow to users via email, in the form of a list of compatible romance profiles.
Will Bunker, chief technologist at One & Only Internet Personals, said: "Our beta test of more than 10,000 users has proved that online dating and Internet agent technology are a perfect match."
Special categories includer pen pals, people with disabilities, and groups sorted by state, city and country. There are ads from Europe, Asia, South and Central America, the Middle East and Africa.
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