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May 8, 2024
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Mar 21, 2024
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Google And Fitbit Are Developing An AI-Powered Fitness Coach.

This is an exciting time for fitness: Google and Fitbit are working together to make an AI-powered personal trainer by creating a Personal Health Large Language Model. This model will be like having an AI-powered fitness coach that is tailored to your wants and fitness goals. Google recently wrote a blog post about this model and how it will work with the Fitbit mobile app. It will use data from both Fitbit and Google Pixel devices to give users personalized health and wellness tips and suggestions.

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The idea for this project began when Google bought Fitbit in 2021. This was Google's first move into the smart system market. With the launch of Google's Pixel Watch 2 and Fitbit's new parent company, it was clear that cutting-edge AI technology would be used in fitness tracking and teaching. Google talks about a lot of the AI model's features, such as its ability to look at sleep habits and quality and then make workout suggestions based on each person's needs and level of recovery.

Google's Gemini models, a new class of AI architectures intended for sophisticated language processing and adaptation, were important in the development of this AI model. Google stresses that it has improved the model by training it on a wide range of health signs gathered from reliable research case studies. This shows that it is dedicated to protecting data privacy and accuracy. Google also says that this development is a team effort that includes coaches and wellness experts to make sure that the AI-powered suggestions are useful and effective.

The AI model has shown promise in its early tests, especially when it comes to sleep analysis, which is an important part of general health and fitness. Google says that the model did well in simulated environments that were like sleep medicine certification tests, which shows that it can properly evaluate sleep-related data. Specifics about how the model works and how it is implemented are still not available, but Google says that study papers will be released soon that will give us more information about what it can do and how it might affect things.

Even though people are excited about this AI-powered project, specific dates for when it will be added to the Fitbit app have not yet been announced. As Google and Fitbit continue to improve and test their fitness AI models, the idea of a virtual personal trainer helping people reach their health and wellness goals becomes more real.

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