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Amazon Halo fitness tracker measures 'movement health,' flexibility like a virtual trainer
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Amazon wants users to get moving.
Amazon Halo, the company’s first fitness tracker and health platform, is introducing a new feature that will use smartphone cameras, artificial intelligence, computer vision and machine learning to recommend exercise routines like a personal trainer would, the company announced in a blog post Thursday.