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Pessimism regarding upcoming artificially intelligent personal trainers (part 7)

April 14, 2017


Artificial Intelligence Can’t Tell You Why Say we have our AI best program picker compared to our human. You, the user of the program, looks at it and goes “Ok, but why are we doing this many sets?” why does my shoulder need this type of work?” why is my knee bothering me when I […]

Pessimism regarding upcoming artificially intelligent personal trainers (part 4)

April 7, 2017


Sensors are unlikely the future. If there is one, it’s vision. Our leg pressing study again- “The restrictions of the presented approach are […] it is not possible to observe other pre-conditions like, for example, the correct sitting position or placement of the feet, which would be important parameters for the application of the implemented models […]

How might an app help some healthcare metrics?

February 27, 2017


Wired ran an issue about biggest tech trends for 2017. One of the articles, of course, revolved around smartphones / apps / wearables / sensors. Something about our ability to make healthcare more “quantified.” A fancy way of saying we’ll have increased ability to track various health metrics, and that’ll lead to better health. The author […]

How I handle customer and client data

December 21, 2016


If you at all pay attention to the online sphere you’ve heard something negative about privacy recently. Or if you have a Yahoo account you just received your bi-monthly data breach report. David Heinemeier Hansson is a notable programmer, runs an online business, and someone I find I more often than not agree with. Or […]