Eight Launches AI-Powered Personal Sleep Coach

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Eight, (www.eightsleep.com) the technology company focused on improving the way we sleep —recently announced in a press release the launch of its AI-powered personal Sleep Coach feature, available in the Eight iOS and Android apps. The app is a companion to the company’s best-selling Smart Mattress product. In addition to the newly added sleep coaching capability, the Eight Smart Mattress continues to offer sleep tracking, bed warming, smart alarm, and integration to smart home devices including Amazon Alexa and Nest.

With the introduction of sleep coaching, the company is putting to use over 2.5 million nights of sleep data that have been tracked to date. Eight’s neural network uses this data to build real-time benchmarks of individuals’ sleep based on their personal patterns and other key indicators such as their gender, age, and location, with the goal of providing direction to improving their sleep.

“Sleep deprivation is costing the US economy 400 billion dollars each year. The AI-powered Sleep Coach is our answer to this,” said Matteo Franceschetti, CEO and Co-Founder, Eight. “Thanks to the accuracy and volume of data that we gather, we are able to offer users unique insights into their sleep unlike any other consumer product in the market. This is just the start of seeing our vision realized, of a future in which technology and data make healthcare more scientific and consistent.”

After sleeping on the Eight Smart Mattress, and without having to do or wear anything, users will automatically have access to the personalized insights and recommendations provided by the Sleep Coach. These insights are displayed in the Eight app and change every day based on each user’s sleep patterns. Examples of the insights that will be available are:

Read more at PR Newswire.

Photo Credit: Eight

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