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The recognition you will be getting this way is real life recognition - in a bar, club or on the train - and not just someone liking your Facebook selfie from the other side of town or even another continent."Imperial College Business School and dating mega site e Harmony recently teamed up to create a Future Of Dating Report - using 100 years of trends data and analysis - to predict the wearables we will have in 25 years time, asserting dating would become "a far more efficient and less time consuming process."Efficiency isn't the sexiest word, sure.

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Emotion sensing is having a bit of a moment with MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence lab creating smartwatch tech capable of measuring audio and bio-signals to detect how you feel with 83% accuracy.

It's designed to, one day, act as a social coach but the implications for connected dating are already being discussed.

Imperial and e Harmony went further, actively constructing templates of how future wearable devices might work.

Perhaps we'd have smart contact lenses which track the type of people you look at most frequently when your body emits signs of attraction - either contacting these people in real time or instantly offering you matches like them on dating sites.

But as with apps like Tinder, the most quickly adopted ideas will survive and even redefine how we date whilst others will remain unloved and forgotten on virtual shelves.

Many early starters are those who have simply bolted on existing tech to a successful dating app.

Closer to reality are wearables which instantly tap into the wealth of info online to ensure there are never again any awkward silences - constantly throwing up new hot topics, virals, or seamlessly chiming in with add-ons into the conversation you're already having.

One thing we know is that they won't look like the first Google Glass which yes, we have worn speed dating with comic results.

Project Underskin is a digital tattoo concept from New Deal Design which will - in the "near future" - sit under the skin.

Its technology is currently wired for things like opening doors without a key - the tech would recognise a sensor in the owner's hand so only they could use it.

That age-old problem of breaking the ice between two people in the same physical space in a non-embarrassing and low risk way is certainly one that could be solved by future wearables or tech tattoos.

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