Dating app uses machine learning to find your most compatible partner

By Jensen Werley DENVER — A new app born in Colorado is bringing machine learning to online dating apps. Denver-based Say Allo marries the user interface of swipe-based dating apps that users have become accustomed to, like Tinder and Bumble, with the compatibility measurements of dating sites like OK Cupid, eHarmony and Match.com. But Say Allo is able to measure compatibility without requiring customers to submit long questionnaires, said founder Zackary Lewis. Rather, users answer about 10 questions about themselves, instead of what they’re looking for. The questions let the algorithm Say Allo uses to start learning about the customer.… Continue Reading...

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SmartSwipe_Say Allo

By Jensen Werley Much like Tinder or Bumble, users swipe left for people they’re not interested in and right on people they do have interest in. But a premium feature of Say Allo is smart swipe, where users can see how potential matches swiped on them. The post SmartSwipe_Say Allo appeared first on BizWest. Source:: BizWest… Continue Reading...

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Senate panel defeats transportation-funding measure

By BizWest Staff A proposal to ask voters to approve a sales-tax increase to raise $3.5 billion for roads died in a state Senate committee Tuesday. The Denver Post reports that House Bill 1242 failed after Republican members raised objections to raising taxes. House Bill 1242 would have placed the tax proposal on the ballot in November 2017. The measure would have included a 0.5 percentage-point increase in the state sales tax, to 3.4 percent from 2.9 percent, for 20 years. The funds would have been used for expansion of Interstate 25 north and south of Denver, expansion of Interstate 70 west of Denver, and other projects.… Continue Reading...

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Arvada building manufacturer raises $40M in venture capital

By BizWest Staff ARVADA — An Arvada-based building manufacturer has raised $40 million in Series D funding, taking its total funds raised to $80 million. The Denver Business Journal reports that Prescient, which uses software to aid in the design and manufacture of commercial buildings, plans to add 75 employees to its current workforce of 300. Prescient said in a prepared statement that it has built three million square feet of buildings in five years, with another three million square feet coming online in 2017 alone. Prescient operates a 120,000-square-foot manufacturing plant in Colorado, and plans another facility in North Carolina.… Continue Reading...

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