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Voice Assistant for Fitness and Wellness Apps: Your Personal AI Trainer

By November 30, 2020No Comments

The benefits of exercise speak for themselves. Physical training lowers the risk of heart disease, enhances brain memory function, reduces symptoms of depression in children, and generally leads to a longer lifespan. However, despite the apparent incentives to exercise, most people don’t do it.

According to reports, 80% of the world’s adolescents do not get the weekly recommended amount of exercise, and unused gym memberships account for an incredible $1.8 billion annually.

Now more than ever, people are spending time indoors, but It’s hard to stay in shape when you have to keep yourself motivated, especially when tracking your fitness routine, sleep cycle, and water intake feels like a chore.

Polite But Stern

January is the most crowded month in the gym, and while overcrowded closed spaces aren’t the safest places right now, you can bet people are going to be setting fitness goals. New Year’s resolutions come in many shapes and sizes, but the most common one by far is the one most often left unkept.

Everyone joins the gym at some point, uttering promises to stay fit forever. But exercise is boring, time-consuming, and crucially, tedious. Companies like Peloton have sold hundreds of thousands of machines with paid content subscriptions on bringing interactivity to exercise – something that you can do right now with a voice assistant.

A voice assistant can do more than just set your morning alarm clock. By integrating with other smart devices, voice assistants can track sleep schedules, remind you to drink water, and help manage your fitness goals.

They can mark your progress, motivate you during your workouts, assign weekly breaks, and schedule routines around your calendar. Voice assistants can give you gentle reminders and progress metrics to encourage users to stay in shape.

Artificial Intelligence, Real Progress

Artificial intelligence may be the next frontier for our species, but it can also help us do things better today. Through machine learning, neural networks can process and analyze data to produce remarkably tactile results.

Fitness isn’t a vacation; it’s an entire lifestyle. With Alan AI, it’s simple to integrate a voice assistant into your daily applications. Its conversational tone and human-like speech make the experience feel natural and bring the diverse capabilities of a voice assistant right into the app.

They can also automate things for you, making time to do things that matter to you. Exercise isn’t optional but necessary for the human body to function optimally, and making sure you get your weekly dose of oxygen can work wonders in the long run.

Voice assistants may seem like something out of a science fiction novel, and the fact that they exist today is a testament to how far we’ve come as a species. Sure, they can’t do everything yet, but they can help us with our ambitions, acting as a more interactive virtual assistant.

Machines are limited by how well we can tell them what to do, and the rise of voice-recognition technology has improved humanity’s bandwidth for communication with technology. Just as smartphones now serve us as portable interconnected computers, voice assistants could be what connect us across the vastness of the online realm.

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