The artificial intelligence company Kiwi thinks they can help smokers kick their habit with the Cue Smartwatch -- a wearable that uses AI to help users cut back, and eventually quit.
The infusion of AI helps this smartwatch get to know its wearer, creating a personalized plan to ensure maximum results. By tracking when users smoke, Cue can help manage cravings by anticipating when the urge to smoke will begin, before the wearer does. The app encourages users to widen the gap between smoke breaks, by giving a gentle but consistent nudge to focus on quitting, and to not lose sight of their goals, often resulting in dramatic improvements.
Artificial technology and wearables like the Cue smartwatch offer patients the ability to monitor their own health, revolutionizing the doctor patient relationship, by providing more agency to the patient.
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