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CMDX Introduces an AI Powered Health and Business Assistant Named Brittany
June 2, 2020
Brittany allows CMDX community members to share their health and wellness data, rewarding them with CMDX crytpocurrency for their information.
ROSEAU, DM, DOMINICA, June 1, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Once a concept of the imagination and the movies (does Ironman Tony Stark’s AI assistants J.A.R.V.I.S or F.R.I.D.A.Y ring a bell?) AI is becoming increasingly more prevalent in today’s households. And with AI’s growing popularity, even the health industry is looking for ways to incorporate AI in new and exciting ways.
Enter CMDX’s Brittany. CMDX is a global community dedicated to generating wealth by rewarding its members for engaging in healthy lifestyle and business-related activities. In looking to capitalize on the AI boom and create a unique, personalized health experience for its community members, CMDX CEO Tom McMurrain and his team created Brittany, CMDX’s AWS AI-powered health and business assistant.
By the end of 2020, Brittany will be running 90% of CMDX’s Operations including customer service, sales and serving as a personal health concierge for our members around the world.
Tom McMurrain, CEO of CMDX
Unlike other AI-based services, products, and platforms today such as Amazon Alexa, Siri, and Google Home, CMDX approaches data in a novel way. The company is driven by the belief that consumers own their data, and they should have control over what to do with that data. If they choose to share their data with companies, they should be compensated for that action.
Brittany assists CMDX’s community members with building a data profile and then gives them the opportunity to turn that data into income via a concept called Universal Basic Data Income (UBDI). Simply put, UBDI is getting something in exchange for sharing personal data. In CMDX’s case, a user can share their health and wellness data to earn CMDXRewards in the form of cryptocurrency that community members can then use on a wide range of services on CMDX’s platform, including healthcare services, supplements, and more through an intuitive invoice generating shopping cart.
CMDX offers an annual membership for $50 that launches the UBDI journey for members who want to take back ownership of their data and profit from it. After joining CMDX, members complete the Healthstyle Profile with Brittany, a 150-question exploration into their health history, activities, and preferences. After completing this questionnaire, Brittany will ask the member if they would like to enter into an Intellectual Property Lease Agreement (IPLA), which compensates the members for their data.
Another innovative feature of CMDX’s model is that the company does not sell the data to third parties. CMDX de-identifies member data before pushing it to Brittany, which then makes personalized health, product, and service recommendations on CMDX’s proprietary marketplace.
To create a more personable and realistic experience, CMDX employs a human avatar to embody Brittany—a practice that is common amongst companies worldwide including Mercedes Benz, Autodesk, and Australian Airlines, which all currently utilize avatars created by New Zealand based Soul Machines.
And with the anticipated rise of voice-assisted devices over the next three years, with an estimated 8 billion devices to be employed by households worldwide by 2023, CMDX is looking to leverage the power of AI to fuel its brand growth and streamline the member experience while giving them innovative new ways to generate an income.
“AI experts predict that in the near future, consumers will simply be able to ask what they want out loud, and AI-powered devices will be able to deliver those items by drones or print them via in-home 3D printers,” said McMurrain. “Brittany is just one prong of our multi-pronged approach to grow to 10 million plus members in the next 36 months. Services like Brittany and added wearable technology and health assurance plans will help us meet this goal and introduce us to a wider global audience. Brittany is incredibly powerful, and we anticipate that she will be running 90% of CMDX operations by the end of 2020.”
Move over Ironman, because it looks like there’s a new Tony Stark in town saving the health and wellness industry – Her name is Brittany!
CMDX is a global community dedicated to generating wealth for its users by rewarding healthy living. Through rewarding users for healthy lifestyles with cryptocurrency and creating a global network of healthcare providers accepting its smart currency, CMDX is changing the face of healthcare to make it affordable for every man, woman, and child and creating a better quality of life across the globe. To learn more, visit CMDX
Tom McMurrain has been a serial entrepreneur for 25 years starting his career with the internet in 1993. He raised over $100mm in the 90s for Internet startups using a Shark Tank-like presentation system. He pioneered microlending with one of the first call centers to use ACH and private label debit cards to process loans. This venture cost him 7 years of his life from a federal financial conviction. During this incarcasabbatical, he learned about blockchain and subsequently re-entered society the same year Satoshi Nakamoto released the Bitcoin Whitepaper. His "turn lemons into lemonade franchises" mindset led to a successful re-entry building an independent distributorship for T-Mobile to 50,000 customers where he was the #2 representative. He wrote an ebook that became an Amazon best-selling eBook and recorded videos on the five reasons to invest in Bitcoin that garnered over 25 million views. He spent three years touring 30+ countries speaking on stages and exploring the use cases of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. This led him to launch CoinMD-CMDX Smartcurrency for the DNA of Human Information. Today CMDX is utilizing blockchain and wearable technology to power a crypto rewards member aimed at incentivizing people to live a healthier life. He is also leveraging A.I. to become an employee-less company. His mission is to democratize healthcare and make it affordable for every man, woman, and child. He lives on a farm south of Atlanta with his wife Laura of 26 years and has three children ages 18-22.