Diffrential Privacy with AI and the future of health tracking

One of the major reasons people are vary of jumping onto the self-tracking wagon is privacy of their data. Granted, when you’re trusting a fitness tracker to record how much you’ve run and how your heart rate varies, you’re trusting a slew of services that are working in the background. How can that balance be achieved?

Apple takes lead in the wearable market with the Apple Watch

Apple steals the limelight once again, this time with the Apple Watch. According to latest data released by Strategy Analytics, in the first quarter of 2017 Apple becomes the largest wearable vendor in the world taking over Fitbit’s top position for the first time. Apple holds 16% market share which is the highest off all. […]

Improving Health and Happiness, through the Quantified Self

The Quantified Self movement is easily the bridge between big data analytics and personal applications. In fact, the focal point is now tilting towards making big data as personal as possible – through wearables becoming the recording equipment, along with suitable data aggregator and analysis services, lifeloggers are able to effectively capture and assess the […]