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Next Thursday, February 14th, the INFORUM at the Commonwealth Club will be holding the The Algorithm for Love. OkCupid and Match.com CEO Sam Yagan will be here there, dishing on the math and science behind making the perfect match.

After the interview they’re hosting a cocktail-fueled after party where guests will have the opportunity to engage in a number of love related activities and displays. They’ll have everything from crazy dating simulation games from the MADE museum to remotely-controlled sex toys from Nonpolynomial Labs and rum-tastic cocktails from Appleton Estate!

Fun right? Well, check out this fancy new thing below I’m now using for contests! Most of the info is below, or you can go here to get more info and buy some tickets here.

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