«Researchers from Neuroscience Research Australia and the University of New South Wales have come up with an algorithm that provides an accurate measurement of walking steadiness and speed.»

«The algorithm’s validity was later tested in another study involving around 79,000 participants from the UK Biobank database. Participants aged 46 to 77 were instructed to wear wrist devices for a week to record their movements, which were classified into walking, running, stationary or unspecified arm activity. This study then found the Watch Walk algorithm to precisely measure those movements.»

Article written by Adam Ang



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