Apple prepares an application to improve your health, how will it achieve it?

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The future of well-being seems to lie in Artificial Intelligence combined with technological devices. Or at least this is what they think at Apple. It has been known that the Cupertino firm intends to launch an advanced application to control everything that has to do with the health of users and, apparently, the work is much more advanced than you might think. Therefore, Artificial Intelligence seems to be key in the future of the company. And a clear example of what we say is that the company’s co-founder, Steve Wozniak, was one of more than 1,000 industry figures -including Elon Musk- who signed an open letter asking AI labs to stop development. over the next six months to address concerns about risk management. The current CEO of Apple, Tim Cook, did not do the same. A development that would be close to being a reality It is pointed out that they are working in the Apple offices on a training service powered by AI that has the internal name Quartz (the end remains to be seen). The development would acquire the necessary information for its work from different devices, including the smart watch that the North American firm has on the market to monitor its sleep, exercise and diet patterns, for example. The AI ​​will then analyze this information to suggest completely personalized healthy changes and progress will be monitored in the application itself. In addition, everything suggests that the work would be completely free for those who have an Apple device, such as the iPhone or iPad. Therefore, the way of working of the company, now led by Tim Cook, would be maintained. The tool is also expected to be released next year if development is completed on time. A mood tracking feature is also expected, something that would be completely new to the market. New improvements for the Apple Watch This would be the central device for the new development, since it should not be forgotten that it currently has a heart rate monitor; a temperature sensor: ability to read oxygen levels in the blood; and even the ability to perform an electrocardiogram. A large number of options that, yes, some argue that these devices can degrade privacy. Apple also seems to be working on improving this wearable to be able to monitor blood pressure and also glucose levels directly in the future. >