We search for compact objects in binaries based on Gaia DR3. A sample of ten
targets is derived under the conditions: low temperature (${T}_{\mathrm{e}\mathrm{f}\mathrm{f}}<6000$
K), high radial velocity variation ($\mathrm{\Delta}{V}_{\mathrm{r}}>200$ km s${}^{-1}$ ), high
mass function ($f({M}_{2})>1{M}_{\odot}$ ), and ellipsoidal-like light curves. Two
targets have LAMOST spectroscopic observations, one of which is a double-lined
spectroscopic binary. The observational data of seven targets are not
self-consistent, since their photometric periods are even shorter than the
theoretical minimum orbital periods calculated by the stellar parameters from
Gaia DR3. According to the gathered data, two targets may contain compact
objects and are worth follow-up observations. This work may serve as an example
to demonstrate the feasibility of searching for compact objects in the massive
Gaia data.