This AI Personal Trainer Lives In Your Earphones
LifeBeam has created a wearable that acts like a personal trainer with an AI built in
New York-based technology company LifeBeam has created a new fitness wearable that uses artificial intelligence to act as a personal trainer.
Vi, as it is called, wraps around a person’s neck with a pair of magnetic tips and comes with earphones that fit any ear size. The magnetic tips take in information about the environment, while the earphones monitor a person’s behavior and physiology as they workout.
Users can also track their heart rate while they’re running, and Vi will notify them if they’re lower or higher than usual to adjust their pace. The more a person uses Vi during a workout, the more the AI adapts to creating ideal workout routines for them to receive the most benefit.
Those interested can purchase Vi for $249 on the LifeBeam website.
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Melissa Gonzalez is the CEO and Founder of The Lionesque Group, which has produced over 100 pop-up retail experiences in New York City, LA, Austin, Puerto Rico and The Hamptons. The Lionesque Group guides clients throughout the entire lifecycle of the pop-up experience. Melissa is a regular guest on ABC News Radio where she discusses retail and marketing trends. She is also the author of The Pop-Up Paradigm: Building Human Connections in a Digital Age.