In the fast-paced world of machine learning, we're often faced with opportunities to harness technology for the betterment of human health. One such issue is poor posture, which is notably common among tech enthusiasts. We're focusing on this issue for our latest project.
Imagine this -- an ML system, running on your Android device, that uses sensor data to detect whether you're sitting or standing with good or bad posture. This is the core of our project: a neural network that can identify good and bad posture, quietly running on your device and alerting you when you start to slouch.
The idea is simple. Think of it as a personalized health assistant, reminding you to sit up straight and encouraging better habits.
We're using a range of machine learning tools and techniques to explore this concept. We're still in the early stages, but the potential to change how we interact with our devices and the effect they have on our health is very exciting.
Stay tuned for more updates as we continue to explore this intriguing mix of artificial intelligence and health, together.