The AI-powered app announces new app updates that allow cat parents to take better care of their furry friends.
CALGARY, AB, CANADA, July 1, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Picture, the AI-powered iOS app that helps confirm how a cat is feeling, has rolled out a new app update. According to Sylvester.ai – Tably’s parent company, Tably gives owners a “deeper understanding” of their cats’ moods and overall health. Using feedback from app users, Sylvester.ai has developed a new version of the app that allows for more flexibility in the app and detailed results.
“Among several new features, the latest version of Tably helps cat parents track both the good and bad days a cat may experience over a period of time. This was a request from our highly engaged community of cat parents,” said Susan Groeneveld, founder of Sylvester.ai. “When there are consecutive bad days over a long period of time, it can mean there is a health issue that needs to be addressed.”
Users can use the new calendar feature to spot trends and view past results, which can help alert cat parents to potential health issues. For cat owners who have multiple furry feline friends, the app now has the ability to create cat profiles with name, age, gender, and photo and independently track results for multiple cats. Additionally, new users can now test the app and explore with a 7-day free trial.
The table is currently only available for iOS users. Users can download the app for $3.99 per month. Once purchased, users can create a profile for their cat and start tracking good and bad days. To receive the most accurate rating, users should ensure that images are well-lit, the background is clear, the cat is directly facing the camera, and the photo is taken under a direct angle.
Once the photo is taken, it will be assessed using a highly accurate AI model and a veterinary pain scale that uses five facial cues: ear position, orbital tightness, muzzle tension, stance whiskers and position of the head.
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About the table
The app was developed by Sylver.ai, a “predictive healthcare company” that makes “products powered by artificial intelligence to improve animal health outcomes for all species”. Tablely uses AI, vet-approved pain scales to tell how your feline friend is feeling, based on subtle facial cues. It comes in handy after a procedure, for making health-related decisions or just keeping an eye on your friends on a daily basis. More information can be found here.
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