The makers of a bizarre new app claim it can analyze data from a commercial DNA test — including those offered by leading genetics startups 23andMe and MyHeritage — and use it to predict your sexual preferences. As such, experts in genetics and bioethics told Futurism that the app is useless at best and dangerous at worst. The app itself exists in a miasma of circular logic. If so, implying that it can detect your sexual orientation is ethically egregious — hence, perhaps, its emphatic disclaimer. About those intentions. The app is the latest in a line of troubling high-tech ways that allegedly identify people in the LGTBQ community.
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