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Computers will soon work with people to create 'superminds' smarter than any individual previously known. While those steps provide extra security for escorts, Mr Coppa said there were competing concerns on the client side. The app launched in August, but its developers have made changes since then to address those problems.
So far, traffic on the app has been high but the number of bookings has been fewer than expected — there have been about since the launch.
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