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From Washington Post:
I couldn’t pick just one crazy thing to say about the Halo, Amazon’s new wearable health gadget. So here are three:
Mirror, mirror on the wall, Amazon thinks you’re fat.
The artificial intelligence would like you to stop sounding overwhelmed now.
That nagging voice inside your head is now on your wrist.
The Halo is a $100 wrist-worn device that, among other functions, listens to your conversations so you can understand how you sound to others. And it comes with a companion app that scans your body three-dimensionally to track your progress gaining your “quarantine 15.”
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