It's not such a far-fetched future, according to Domingos.
This avatar of you, created and compiled by what he calls the master algorithm, could be a reality within the decade.
Those wearing red are in a relationship, while those in green or orange are open to new encounters.
Mr Rad believes that this could be replicated in augmented reality.
Yagan hopes improving mobile technology will enable his company to find out what happens after the initial online spark.
Users could send out virtual coloured signals to strangers walking past so they automatically know if they are single.
Party goers wearing red are letting others know they're in a relationship, while those wearing green and orange are indicating that they're open to new encounters.
Some of us—and I bet the number is higher than you’d think—have already had sexual relationships that existed solely online, without meeting our partners in person.
About two years ago I arranged to meet for coffee with a woman I had corresponded with online.