AI Dating Advice: If You Had to Give a Ted Talk on “The Science of Love,” What Would Be Your Main Point?

AI Dating Advice: If You Had to Give a Ted Talk on “The Science of Love,” What Would Be Your Main Point?

Hi everyone! We’re back and continuing to ask ChatGPT for AI dating advice for our brand new ongoing series of blogs that feature relationships and dating inquiries as received from artificial intelligence.

So keep asking, and we’ll use our interactive and unique way to answer all your questions about dating and relationships. ChatGPT will give their take on how to handle the situation, and we’ll give you ours. Don’t worry. This won’t be boring, generic information. We’ll give you our honest feedback to help strengthen your relationships with your partner, family, friends, coworkers, and everyone else in your life. This week’s topic is giving a TED talk on “The Science of Love” and what main points we would focus on.

We’d love to hear from you if you have any specific questions that need answering. Contact us, and we’ll be sure to get back to you. 

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If You Had to Give a Ted Talk on “The Science of Love,” What Would Be Your Main Point?

ChatGPT Says:

If you had to give a TED talk on “the science of love,” what would be your main point?

As a relationship and dating expert, if I were giving a TED talk on “the science of love,” my main point would be that love is not just an emotion, but a complex neurobiological process that involves a number of factors, including genetics, hormones, and neurotransmitters.

As a comedian, I would use humor to make my point more engaging and memorable. For example, I might start my talk by saying, “They say love is like a drug, and as it turns out, they’re not wrong!” Then I could go on to explain the various hormones and neurotransmitters that are involved in the process of falling in love, such as dopamine, oxytocin, and serotonin.

I would also talk about the importance of social connection and attachment and how our experiences in childhood can shape our ability to form and maintain romantic relationships as adults. And, of course, I would sprinkle in plenty of jokes and anecdotes to keep the audience engaged and entertained.

Ultimately, my main point would be that love is a fascinating and complex phenomenon that has fascinated humans for centuries. And by understanding the science of love, we can gain a deeper appreciation for the power and beauty of this fundamental human experience.

Our Response:

So ChatGPT gives a response to the talking points on the Science of Love from a scientific standpoint and a comedic point of view, and honestly, they both sound exactly the same. So which viewpoint is slightly off? Check out the following passages, and you tell us.

“As a relationship and dating expert, if I were giving a TED talk on “the science of love,” my main point would be that love is not just an emotion, but a complex neurobiological process that involves a number of factors, including genetics, hormones, and neurotransmitters.”

This response feels like we’re in a 7th-grade science class, so yep, this one is spot on!

You can’t talk about love without discussing the scientific findings, studies, and facts. The discussion wouldn’t be authentic without them.


“As a comedian, I would use humor to make my point more engaging and memorable. For example, I might start my talk by saying, “They say love is like a drug, and as it turns out, they’re not wrong!””

Well, the good news is ChatGPT is in no way putting comedians out of business. AI is known for many things, but its sense of humor isn’t one of them, so we applaud the effort.  


“I would also talk about the importance of social connection and attachment and how our experiences in childhood can shape our ability to form and maintain romantic relationships as adults. ”

Of course, to cover all facets of love, we’d also discuss love from beginning to end, starting with our personal experiences. We’ve found that people tend to relate better when a person speaks from their individual journey throughout life as opposed to scientific statistics and findings. 


What’s the one common denominator when it comes to love? Everyone has done some dumb shit for it. As fans of Oxygen’s Snapped and Snapped: Killer Couples, we understand that no one is exempt. It doesn’t matter if you have a billion dollars or five dollars in your account; chances are you have been a fool for love.

But those are the more serious stories. We’d stay slightly more “lighthearted” and stick with the she-really-is-my-cousin stories because stupidity always trumps criminal in the funny department.

How’d we do? Got any more questions? Send them our way.