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While the trend in smartphones is toward ever-larger screens, Humane has taken the opposite approach by removing the screen altogether. Baptized Ai Pinthis connected pin compensates for the absence of display by relying on ChatGPTChatGPT from OpenAI. The device is controlled by voice, and responds with its “personic” speaker supposed to create a sound bubble. Fortunately, it also works via Bluetooth.
The Ai Pin uses the in-house operating system CosmosCosmoswhich does not offerapplicationsapplications but “AI experiences” automatically selected as needed. The microphone is manually activated for voice commands, and a “confidence light” indicates when the device is recording. Thanks to artificial intelligence, it is able to answer your questions, write messages for you, summarize the content of your messagingmessaging, manage your music or even serve as an interpreter in many languages. It can even identify foods using its camera and give you nutritional information. Place your hand in front of it and the device can project some basic information, like the time or current song, and it responds to a few gestures.
A limited launch in the United States
The Ai Pin features a 13-megapixel f/2.4 ultra-wide-angle camera, a projectorprojector laserlaser, an indicator light, a dual microphone and a speaker, and a touch zone. It is also equipped with numerous sensorssensorssuch as an ambient light sensor, an accelerometer, a gyroscopegyroscopeand GPSGPSand magnetometermagnetometer, and a time-of-flight sensor. The device contains a SoCSoC SnapdragonSnapdragon with 8 cores at 2.1 GHz, 4 GB of RAMRAM and 32 GB of eMMC storage.
The device weighs 34 grams, and it comes with two “ boostersboosters “battery pack”, wireless and magnetic batteries of 20 grams each, which attach to the back and increase theautonomyautonomy. This allows you to last all day by simply changing the booster when it is discharged. Pre-orders begin on November 16 only in the United States for $699, plus a $24 per month subscription for a mobile plan with T-Mobile.
Goodbye smartphones, hello Ai Pin: will this device replace our smartphones?
The start-upstart-up Humane has just revealed the name of its revolutionary screenless device and provided additional detail. Powered by AI, it is designed to advantageously replace a smartphone.
Article from Sylvain BigetSylvain Bigetpublished on July 4, 2023
Humane cultivates the art of secrecy by distilling information in small doses about its supposedly revolutionary accessory designed to remove the screen and replace smartphones. And it’s creating a buzz! The start-up has just announced that its pocket assistant will be namedAi Pin. This device which attaches to clothing like a “brooch” (pin in English), will contain numerous sensors, starting with a camera.
It will allow its AI to interpret what is happening around its wearer. A context that is supposed to help him respond better to interactions. Visual information can be displayed using a projector and hand gestures are used to trigger certain commands. The accessory is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon chip specifically developed for the device. Humane has as partners MicrosoftMicrosoft and even Volvo.
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Former Apple employee unveils mysterious device that could replace our smartphones
During a TED, the founder of the start-up Humane, Imran Chaudhri presented a revolutionary screenless device. Powered by AI, it could replace a smartphone.
Article by Sylvain Biget, published on April 21, 2023
And ventvent Intriguing mystery and secrecy surrounds Humane, an American start-up founded by Apple alumni. One of its two creators, Imran Chaudhri, is none other than the designer of the interface ofiOSiOS for’iPhoneiPhone. The other is his wife Béthanie Bongiorno who worked on theiPadiPad with him. Imran Chaudhri has just participated in a TED conference during which he lifted the veil on a new device developed by the company.
In the video, filmed during this conference, the designer shows how he uses an accessory attached to his jacket. The device, powered by a homemade AI, has no screen. It is completely autonomous and does not need to be paired with a smartphone to work. It responds to voice and gesture commands, and can display information by projecting it onto nearby surfaces. During his demonstration, Imran Chaudhri made a phone call to his wife. The information from this phone call was projected into the palm of his hand. During his explanations, the designer greatly praised the merits of the development of current AI and explained that, in fact, his platform was designed from scratch to operate using artificial intelligence.
Invent something radically different
He also emphasized that the device interacts the same way we do, by listening and seeing, while clarifying that it fully respects privacy. This is, for example, how embedded AI can summarize the important points of a meeting in which we are participating. As another demonstration of use, the designer showed that the device is capable of translating into French what it says in English.
During the demonstration Imran Chaudhri used his accessory to call his wife who is also co-founder of Humane. © @zarifali9
For this voice translation, the AI even reproduced the voice of Imran Chaudhri. AI has also been used like a chatbot to find information and get advice. Despite this demonstration, Humane’s accessory retains a good part of mystery. For its creators, it serves above all to show that, for the relationship between humans and technology to evolve, something radically different and without a screen is needed.
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