Today people are more health conscious than they were earlier. Additional to this is the various tech companies’ innovation in order to test the artificial intelligence limits. There are a number of companies around the world still testing the artificial intelligence benefits.
Doesn’t the use of photos for analyzing the calorie content of the foods seem weird? But, Google had approved the weird idea to actually be fruitful ages ago, and now it’s time for Sony to prove it again. Sony has developed an app called “Lifelog” which has the ability to just analyze the picture taken in the Android smartphones and provide a detailed feedback regarding the calorie content and food quality. Sony Mobile’s Meal Image Analysis software has a deep learning technology which helps the app to analyze the photo of the food and give detailed information regarding the food. All the users got to do is just click a picture of their food and the app handles the rest. The app has a previous log record already saved in it based on which it offers advice regarding your personal diet. Lifelog app is compatible with Sony’s Smart Watch 3 as well as any other smartphones. It is thus considered to be a fitness tracking app whose accuracy is still not known. Hence, it is going to be interesting to know how well the software app is going to perform in the near future.
The app can be downloaded via Google Play. Sony plans to launch its AI services as a part of Work Performance Plus in Japan. For now, Sony Mobile has collaborated with a number of organizations in order to spread awareness regarding health and fitness.
Speaking of obesity, Sony can help you keep track of the calories you take in, too.