Looking for a good motivational tool to help you shed some pounds and get a head start on those 2016 New Year's resolutions? Well, look no further than Lark. The app is labeled a "personal weight-loss coach" that sends you reminder texts to help you reach your health goals.
Recently I had a special meeting with Lark. A Charming coach who promised me to motivate me in order to make me feel happier and healthier. Just at the right time. Due to the excessive holidays I intended to live healthier and to exercise more than before.
According to Julia Hu, founder of the company that makes the Lark app, a text-based health coaching program, it has the highest engagement in the industry.
After a brief delay on Apple’s part, HealthKit-compatible apps are now available in the App Store. Finally! Thanks to this back-end feature, you can view all of the health data that your iPhone 5s, 6, or 6 Plus is already tracking within other apps, and view everything within a single app of your choosing—be it Apple’s own Health app, or another third-party app.
Lark Technologies, Inc. today announced expanded availability for Lark Chat, the company's interactive, health-coaching app designed to help people eat healthier and get more active in order to achieve their personal heath and weight-loss goals. Lark Chat is now available for free to download on all Android devices as well as iPhone 4 and 5, and pre-installed on all new Samsung phones.
People who struggle with losing or maintaining weight have a new ally in their ongoing battle against unwanted pounds: Lark Chat, a personal and virtual weight loss coach.
This blog contains information for those startups, who want to create wellness AI apps. There are must-have features of Lark A.I app, which are worth to check out. Let’s have a look what’s inside?
Trying to lose weight, get into better shape, or just eat more healthily? Many of the health-related apps on the market have a common and very annoying trait
Julia Hu, Lark founder and CEO, explains how the app serves as a health and wellness personal assistant.
Lark is the first medically-reimbursed A.I. for preventing diabetes. Managing the cost curve down, & quality of life up, for those who suffer from chronic diseases. The company is on a mission to improve people’s health and happiness through artificial intelligence.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is showing promise in yet another corner of healthcare. This time, researchers said, a conversational tool appears adept at helping patients with type 2 diabetes (T2D) shed excess pounds.
With weight loss and management, it appears that the use of artificial intelligence (AI) may be able to manage health outcomes with type 2 diabetes (T2D) patients.
An artificial intelligence-based coaching service may be able to help overweight and obese individuals improve their health habits, according to a study published in JMIR Diabetes.
New peer-reviewed findings published in JMIR Diabetes reveals that an artificial intelligence (AI) health coaches is just as effective as in-person weight loss programs, such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention-led National Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP), a clinically-proven weight loss program focused on type 2 diabetes prevention.
A new study reveals that artificial intelligence could be a useful tool to help patients prevent Type 2 diabetes. The study, published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research, showed that patients at risk of Type 2 diabetes who used the Lark Weight Loss Health Coach AI, dropped 2.38 percent of their baseline weight and increase the percentage of healthful meals they ate by 31 percent.
Personalization is all the hype, and for good reason: Consumers expect brands to leverage the data they exchange to deliver better experiences. But many personalized experiences today miss the mark. This report explains how customer experience (CX) professionals must approach personalization programs with person-centric objectives to create long-term business results.
Over the past year, several wellness trends have emerged. Think: staying in as the new going out, inflammation-fighting beverages FTW (turmeric latte break, anyone?), and putting your best makeup-free face forward rather than trying to get that Kardashian contour just right.
The Council for Diabetes Prevention, created 4 months ago to promote the success of the National Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP), has elected its first board of directors. The council, a non-profit group consistently mostly of providers, was formed to promote access, program quality, and sustainability of the DPP, which will be covered by Medicare for the first time in January 2018.
An interview with computer software firm Lark Technologies Inc. chief executive officer Julia Hu is presented. Topics mention include the key idea behind firm's approach, product and program, coaching and health advice are based on evidence and firm's chief executive officer's personal purpose is helping people who are struggling with chronic diseases.
These 17 women are transforming the healthcare industry with technologies designed to enhance efficiency, quality and access of care.
Apple has done so much in the healthcare space compared to the other platforms. They've totally thought of it from a data and security and privacy standpoint and also thought about it from a regulatory standpoint and an ecosystem-building standpoint," Julia Hu, CEO of health app Lark, told Business Insider. "I'm excited that HealthKit is more healthcare based.
Already, Lark, a health app that uses AI, can have bot-powered conversations with users about topics like weight loss and nutrition. “What we really wanted to achieve was for users to feel as though there’s always someone there recognising their efforts and what they’re doing,” said Lark co-founder and CEO Julia Hu.
March 8 is International Women's Day, and to mark the occasion we've put together a list of just a small sample of women currently doing groundbreaking work in the fields of science and tech. History has overlooked or undermined women's achievements in these areas in the past, and there's still a clear gender divide today: Women are underrepresented in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) and continue to face issues from unconscious bias to open harassment. Here are just 26 women across disciplines whose work Motherboard has been keeping an eye on.
I feel like it’s a lot more nuanced and sometimes it’s subconscious,” said Julia Hu, the founder and chief executive of Lark, which makes a health and weight-loss app. “V.C.s are pattern matchers, and they’re just used to seeing men like themselves.
Kristen Chase of Cool Mom Tech shares the best apps to help you achieve your New Year’s resolutions, including Lark, a fitness-tracking app that texts you messages of support; Level Money, which tracks your spending and gives you a “safe spend” figure, and Unroll.me, which lets you easily unsubscribe from email spam. There’s even a custom meditation app to help you relax!
Eating healthier would be much easier if we had a personal nutritionist telling us to eat this, not that. Enter the Lark app, listed as a personal weight loss coach and 24-7 nutritionist. Message back and forth with Lark as she analyzes your meals and provides suggestions for what to change about your diet. The best part? Lark can go with you everywhere.
Lark uses a mix of artificial intelligence and human experts to help people lose weight and get fitter. The app helps you track your workouts and meals, and has a texting interface to make it seem like you're communicating one-on-one with a personal health coach.