How machine learning will take wearable data to the next level. Artificially intelligent robots are currently the stuff of science fiction. Real Terminator or iRobot style robots won't be around until after you and I are a memory. However, machines can learn, and predict, with some accuracy, how things will respond to particular actions and inactions. The best current example of this is "Google Now", which predicts the probable need for particular information at a particular time, and delivers it to a wearable computing device. These devices aren't really "smart" at all. They are programmed to factor in current information and to give back answers that the device locates in the cloud. Call it Machine Learning, or Artificial Intelligence, or whatever. That mountain of data can be analyzed by modern computers in an instant. Sorry, have to go. My watch just vibrated and told me the weather is changing, and I need to get inside.