Goto

Collaborating Authors

Google is reportedly developing an AI assistant that recommends workouts and meal plans

#artificialintelligence

Hot on the heels of a report that Apple might be developing a coprocessor for health data analysis, news broke this afternoon of Google Coach, a rumored Google wellness product powered by artificial intelligence (AI). Fitness will be Google Coach's bread and butter, Android Police reports. But unlike Google Fit, Google's activity-tracking platform, it'll deliver insights proactively, informed in part by calendar appointments, reminders, and logged activities. If you skip a scheduled gym day, for example, it might nudge you to find another time. And if you're falling short of a fitness goal, it could suggest workouts and routines that would help you achieve it.


Keep your fitness resolutions going strong with 28% off this Fitbit

Mashable

As of Jan. 31 get it for $179.99, a 28% discount. Already struggling to keep up with your New Year's fitness goals? The Fitbit Ionic GPS Fitness Smartwatch can deliver the proper insight and encouragement you've been missing on your journey to better health, and it's on sale for less than $200. More than just a fitness tracker, this sleek smartwatch offers fitness guidance, music storage, and so much more. It can track steps, heart rate, distance walked, calories burned, floors climbed, active minutes, hourly activity, and stationary time.


How Data Is Changing the Future of Smart Health Technology

@machinelearnbot

Yes it's true that it has always been there but, we are just recently finding ways to best utilize it. All industries are being disrupted with the collection and analyzation of data and medtech is no different. The majority of data has historically been used to help study disease and find cures. However, with the implementation of smartphones and wearables, big data can now help people with their health in real-time. Experts such as Ben Bajarin from Time Magazine agree that wearables are the future of smart health technology.


How Data Is Changing the Future of Smart Health Technology

@machinelearnbot

"Many products and applications exist today that can help us take steps toward healthier living." Yes it's true that it has always been there but, we are just recently finding ways to best utilize it. All industries are being disrupted with the collection and analyzation of data and medtech is no different. The majority of data has historically been used to help study disease and find cures. However, with the implementation of smartphones and wearables, big data can now help people with their health in real-time.


The most wished for Fitbit features 2022 - as voted for by thousands of users

#artificialintelligence

Fitbit runs an excellent Community forum where you can find all manner of info and get solutions to common problems. It is also a good place to go to for info on firmware upgrades. Sometimes it is not a good idea to install new software right away as there could be issues. Browsing through comments of users who have already done an installation will give you an idea whether you should hold off until all the bugs are squashed or make the jump. One part of the forum deals with new functionality users would like see – a wish-list of sort.