By Simon Smith, Klick Health, Feb 21, 2017
Next-gen AI-enabled fitness wearables will function more like coaches than spreadsheets. Instead of just counting steps, they’ll suggest things like how many steps you need to work off excess calories or how to add
more steps into your day.
- Simon Smith, Klick Health
As AI wearables “learn” your behavior, they can better predict health events prior to requiring acute care – ultimately making them more powerful for individuals and their overall healthcare ecosystem.
- Harish Pai, Infinite Computer Solutions
Fitness wearables are still in the early days of their evolution from devices that count our steps to truly helpful preventative health devices. AI will help with this evolution by looking behaviour patterns and matching behaviour to health outcomes and disease symptoms.
- Dr David Plans, BioBeats
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