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What Is OpenAI CEO Sam Altman’s Latest Venture Thrive AI?

Team Gossip  |   Jul 10, 6:43 AM   |   6 min read

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Highlights

  • A new health company named Thrive AI Health is planning to send ripples across the wellness through artificial intelligence segment.

  • Founded by Arianna Huffington and OpenAI CEO Sam Altman, Thrive AI makes use of AI to create a personalized “health coach.”

  • Leading the company is DeCarlos Love, who previously led the fitness and health experience at Fitbit.

A new health company named Thrive AI Health is planning to send ripples across the wellness through artificial intelligence segment. Founded by Arianna Huffington and OpenAI CEO Sam Altman, Thrive AI makes use of AI to create a personalized “health coach” crafted specifically for users’ needs.

 

This coach analyzes different aspects of a user’s life, including sleep, diet, fitness, stress, and social interactions, to offer data-driven recommendations.

 

Leading the company is DeCarlos Love, who previously led the fitness and health experience at Fitbit. Thrive AI plans to train its AI coach using a combination of scientific research, medical data, and collaborations with institutions like Stanford University School of Medicine.

 

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What Is Sam Altman’s Vision For Thrive AI?

 

Thrive AI’s vision is to create a comprehensive health data platform accessible through a smartphone app or a virtual assistant integrated with Thrive’s existing products. This system will learn from a user’s behavior patterns and offer real-time health advice.

 

Thrive AI is marketing itself as a more mindful approach to health management. They are focused on offering personalized health coaching accessible to everyone while tackling health inequalities.

 

Security and user privacy are a priority, with Dr. Gbenga Ogedegbe, who is an expert in health equity, serving as an advisor for the platform. Moreover, they pledge to base recommendations on peer-reviewed research and give users complete control over the information used to personalize their experience.

 

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OpenAI Delays The Launch Of ChatGPT’s Voice Mode

 

OpenAI seems to have pushed back the launch of its Voice Mode feature for ChatGPT, showcasing the necessity to address technical challenges and ensure a high-quality user experience. Previously, the feature was supposed to be released in June, but the release has now been shifted to July. The company emphasizes its commitment to safety and user experience as the main reasons for the delay.

 

The Voice Mode feature, aimed at offering a lifelike voice interaction experience, was originally planned for an initial release to a limited number of ChatGPT Plus users. However, OpenAI has opted to delay its launch to further refine the feature and make sure it meets its standards before making it available to more users.

 

OpenAI took to X to provide an update that they outlined specific areas needing refinement before releasing the feature. The upcoming audio features will enable users to have more dynamic and natural conversations with ChatGPT. Users will be able to speak to ChatGPT and receive immediate responses without any delay, and they will also have the ability to interrupt the AI in between conversations.

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