People join matching sites to find others with similar interests.

They don’t join to be harassed, scammed or assaulted. Yet, that is what is happening. The current safety standards that combine moderation teams with self reporting are failing to protect members.

 

FEATURED BLOG Articles

 
If you can’t guarantee that your members can meet each other safely, then your dating company won’t survive.
— Justin Davis, CEO, Spectrum Labs
 

FEATURED MODELS FOR DATING

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Scamming

Dating apps use our scamming model to detect content intended to induce sharing of personal information, like passwords and credit card numbers.

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Sexual Harassment

Dating apps use our sexual harassment model to detect content including sexual remarks and advances that are unwelcome and unwanted by the member.

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Solicitation

Dating apps use our solicitation model to detect acts of solicitation, whether attempts to obtain weapons, drugs, illegal services or offering services to someone.

HIGHLIGHTED CAPABILITIES

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Private Cloud Deployment

Your members are growing increasingly concerned about how their data is used. This is especially true for members seeking to match in a way that may violate local laws.

Spectrum deploys in a private cloud. We’re giving you the power to understand your community while maintaining your consumer data privacy requirements.

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Multi-Lingual Support

As we witness a global cultural shift toward increased acceptance of people using dating apps to meet others, multi-language support becomes important.

Instead of translating languages into English and then applying AI, which results in a dramatic plunge in accuracy, we build using the actual language.