published by, Shaurya Sharma
Last Update: July 01, 2023, 09:46 AM IST
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Humane, the startup founded by ex-Apple Inc executives that raised $100 million earlier this year, said on Friday it would use Qualcomm Inc’s chips in its upcoming wearable device.
Humane didn’t give a release date or many other details for the gadget, which it said Friday would be called the “Ai Pin.” Humane co-founder and president Imran Chowdhury demonstrated the AI Pin earlier this year, showing an internet-connected device worn like a lapel pin that would automatically read on a user’s hand when the device was placed in front of it. May answer spoken questions and project information.
Humane has taken a stance against Apple’s Vision Pro mixed-reality headset, with Chowdhury saying during his demonstration that “the future is not in your face.” Humane has even filed a trademark application for that phrase.
Because AI Pin does not have a traditional screen or keyboard, it relies heavily on artificial intelligence to interact with users in natural spoken language.
Sam Altman, chief executive of ChatGPT maker OpenAI, is one of Humane’s many investors, as is Microsoft Corp. Humane is partnering with OpenAI for AI technology and cloud computing services, respectively.
Humen and Qualcomm didn’t provide further details about which Qualcomm chips AI Pin will use, but Dev Singh, vice president of business development at Qualcomm, said the offering will come from Qualcomm’s Snapdragon family of chips, which are used in everything from smartphones to hybrid devices. can provide power. -Reality headset, depending on configuration.
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