NY DAILY NEWS - Jan 22 - Chris McKinlay created a number of fake profiles on OkCupid, along with some programs to mine data, to meet his wife. After answering 350 questions, he realized that he would only be matched with someone if they answered exactly the same questions as him. So he created 12 robot profiles that answered all of the questions randomly. With 6M answers from 20K prospective mates, he then used an algorithm to sort through the women he'd like to meet. He ended up with having a 90%-plus compatibility rating with 10K women. He designed software to view as many profiles as possible. Receiving ~20 messages a day, he went on 87 dates. The 88th turned out to be his wife.