BUILT IN - June 2 - Taly Matiteyahu and Laura Ciccone are the founders of Blink, an audio-only speed-dating app scheduled to launch this summer. "The idea is to make a choice about whether or not you’re compatible based on an audio date," said Taly Matiteyahu. After submitting their availability for dates, members are algorithmically paired with potential dating partners based on the information they input during sign-up. During 10-minute speed dates, participants enter online rooms similar to Clubhouse's, but with only two participants. Users are encouraged to take notes to remember their dates, should they eventually meet their conversation partner face to face. "After the date ends, it's sort of like getting out of Uber or Lyft," said Matiteyahu. "A little evaluation screen comes up and users indicate how the date went. And if it went well, that's when they can see the profile photos."