Matchmaking agency Zwei's "intra-body communication" system that uses wristbands and a tablet computer. Image: Kyodo

TOKYO (Kyodo) — Artificial intelligence and other cutting-edge technologies are starting to play a matchmaking role as they find their ways into people’s lives in Japan.

AI devices are being employed to give people a picture of their potential mates along with everything about them — their hobbies, whether or not they smoke, or if they have walked down the aisle before, among other things.

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