Does anyone have experience or information about continuous glucose monitoring from "January AI"? https://january.ai/?utm_source=GoogleSearchNetwork&utm_campaign=12001902471&utm_content=121683842811&utm_term=492950869595&utm_medium=continuous glucose monitoring system-b&gclid=Cj0KCQjwl9GCBhDvARIsAFunhsk1iEFoN8X0QJGsifMUTKgcjuTmDwUzLaOuqN-sXsa2wiYHtzcReTwaAtLSEALw_wcB
It looks like this is a software product; they aren't making CGMs, they're reselling the Freestyle Libre. There's nothing wrong with writing data-analysis software for CGM data, but this kind of software is a fairly commoditized, low-value high-competition market, especially in comparison to the CGM hardware market, which makes billions of dollars a year in revenue. Their marketing presentation seems like it's trying to obfuscate this distinction.
[This is what I've found so far:]
What is January.AI?
It seems to be some sort of continuous glucose monitor
Possibly relevant discussion:
[todo: summarize findings, find more discussion]
- r/diabetes wiki on glucose monitors:
- Any known comparisons or experience with glucose trackers “Levels Health” vs “January AI” vs “Nutrisense IO” vs “Signos
- Tracking blood sugar to improve eating habits (not diabetic)
- 18 blood glucose meters ranked by accuracy
- Anyone try a continuous blood glucose monitor?
- Interested in learning about your experiences with Continuous Glucose Monitors (CGMs) such as Libre and Dexcom.