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Dino DNA! Health Identity from the Wrist @Jawbone
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| by Brian Wilt Follow 0 Followers on Jan 24, 2016 |

The Jawbone UP system captures health data through a battery of sensors on people's wrist and an app on their phones - movement, sleep, and heart rate. But this data is often incomplete and noisy, and most of the raw signals by themselves aren’t useful. Brian Wilt discusses how applied machine learning techniques and data science helped Jawbone build a successful fitness tracking app.

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Brian Wilt is Head of Data Science and Engineering at Jawbone.

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