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But online dating has changed that, and people now meet strangers through these sites But when the researchers added links between people without a connection – such as through online dating - the level of interracial marriage rapidly increased.

Speaking to MIT Technology Review, the researchers said: 'Our model predicts nearly complete racial integration upon the emergence of online dating, even if the number of partners that individuals meet from newly formed ties is small.'Adding links was also found to increase the strength of marriages in society.

Researchers suggest that this new way of looking for love is connecting communities in novel ways, and even leads to more interracial marriage (stock image)In their study, the researchers simulated what happened when extra links are introduced into a social network made up of men and women from different races.

It’s time science had a go at love.’It went on: ‘Imagine being able to stack the odds of finding lasting love entirely in your favour.Before online dating existed, most people tended to meet their partner through a loose connection – such as a friend of a friend.But online dating has changed that, and people now meet strangers through these sites.Speaking about why more diverse societies are beneficial, Dr Ortega told Mail Online: 'I believe, like many, that more diverse societies have greater advantages.Singles have been warned to avoid the ‘puffery’ of dating websites which claim to have scientific proof they can find love.

It’s time science had a go at love.’It went on: ‘Imagine being able to stack the odds of finding lasting love entirely in your favour.Before online dating existed, most people tended to meet their partner through a loose connection – such as a friend of a friend.But online dating has changed that, and people now meet strangers through these sites.Speaking about why more diverse societies are beneficial, Dr Ortega told Mail Online: 'I believe, like many, that more diverse societies have greater advantages.Singles have been warned to avoid the ‘puffery’ of dating websites which claim to have scientific proof they can find love.The researchers said: 'It is intriguing that shortly after the introduction of the first dating websites in 1995, like Match.com, the percentage of new marriages created by interracial couples increased rapidly.'The rate jumped even further in 2014, shortly after the introduction of Tinder.