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How about using a toothbrush that knows precisely where in your mouth you are brushing, and captures the brushing data in terms of frequency, duration and brushed areas.
Kolibree, a tech company focused on connected solutions in oral health, arrived with a toothbrush at CES 2017 named Ara that is embedded with Artificial Intelligence (AI).
With an eye on disease prevention and wellness, Kolibree states that the toothbrush has deep learning algorithms embedded on a low-power processor. Raw data from the sensors runs through the processor, which learns one’s brushing habits and refines it the more it is used. In other words, the more you use it , the smarter it gets.
Kolibree Ara has been designed to work both online and offline. The toothbrush can store all the information through motion sensors in offline mode, and it syncs up with the app when next time user loads it. You will also get a weekly e-mail report that will show how well you have brushed over the last seven days.
Developed for adults, Ara’s testing will take place in USA and Europe and aims to show how AI can change people’s daily behaviors and improve oral care.
And who knows, maybe someday brushes like these could put dentists out of business.
SOURCE: Economic Times
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