Will the future of dating apps rely on AI?

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Users input information about their interests, opinions, and personality into Snack’s interface, so it can send direct messages to their potential matches when they don’t feel like answering themselves. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

The dating app Snack helps its users cut through the small talk by employing artificial intelligence to have conversations with their matches for them. 

After 152 years, Calle de los Negros – site of the most lethal act of racial violence in LA history – will finally get the memorial it deserves.

Artist Coady Brown’s new show “Rabid Heart” at Shulamit Nazarin Gallery focuses on deeply saturated, sometimes intimate scenes of female and androgynous figures.