Google has launched an initiative to give people with vision loss access to blind dates.
Google’s project, dubbed “blind date” is aimed at helping people find the right partner for them without the need to rely on their sight.
The blind date service will be available in 20 of the world’s largest cities across the country by the end of April.
According to the project, blind date services are more accessible to people with visual impairment.
Google says people can find the ideal partner based on a variety of factors such as income, height, body mass index, family size, and previous relationship status.
In the US, a blind date can be booked online or in person.
In Europe, the service is available in 30 cities and has already received funding from The Netherlands, Spain, Italy and Germany.
More to come.