Artificial Intelligence is everywhere, and no home appliance will remain “stupid” for long. Colgate’s new smart toothbrush uses artificial intelligence to analyze your mouth and the way you brush your teeth to tell you how to do it better.

Called the Colgate Smart Electronic Toothbrush E1, it looks no different but has a set of sensors that detect its position in the mouth in 16 different areas. The real-time data collected is stored in the brush and transferred via Bluetooth to your Apple smartphone.

Over time, the brush learns more about your dental hygiene and makes recommendations on how to improve it. The brush comes with a stand that even includes two mini games, so the kids can have fun while they brush their teeth.

“Connected health devices like the new Colgate Smart Electronic Toothbrush provide a valuable opportunity to enable people to monitor their health and wellness,” said Colgate-Palmolive Chief Technology Officer Dr. Patricia Verduin. “Using Apple ResearchKit to expand the boundaries of oral care is a testament to Colgate’s drive to create innovative solutions that help people take better care of themselves.”

The Colgate Smart Electronic Toothbrush will be available for Recommended Retail Price $99.95 beginning January 9 in the US exclusively at the Apple website and in select Apple Stores.

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