Artificial Intelligence Can Help Stop Smoking

Artificial Intelligence Can Help Stop Smoking

This is confident in the company Juul, which patented artificial intelligence, which helps people to abandon nicotine by controlling its consumption.

The patent application was filed by Juul last summer and recently published. The patent, entitled “Instruments and Methods for Overcoming Nicotine Addiction,” essentially describes an artificial intelligence system that controls a vape or electronic cigarette, controlling the amount of nicotine supplied, and also studying the user’s habits for a long time.

“The application and / or controller can use machine learning to configure the delivery of nicotine and / or vaporized material to the user based on received input from the user. Input data can be obtained directly from the user or can be studied by monitoring the use of the evaporator and user behavior, ”the patent says.

The vape device can be synchronized with the application in the smartphone, where the user sees the current settings: how much nicotine he receives and the limits of smoke breaks. At the same time, various kinds of games and communication with other people who quit smoking in the same way are envisaged, which should ease stress.

As you use the vape, nicotine will be replaced with a similar product, such as citric acid – gradually, based on machine learning. To make control of the quit smoker tighter, data from the app can be shared with friends, family members, and even doctors.

Juul has always touted its vape products as a safer and healthier alternative to traditional smoking, and even considered vapes as a way to help stop smoking completely. However, research has consistently shown that e-cigarette smokers are less likely to quit this addiction than regular smokers who have never used vaping.

It has been proven that vape is not as safe as we once thought. Some vaping drugs lead to severe lung diseases and even death: according to statistics from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 2807 people have already received lung injuries due to vape, of which 68 have died.

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