Alright ladies and gentlemen, check this out! There’s a startup called Humane and they just dropped a crazy new wearable AI assistant on Nov. 10. It’s called the AI Pin, and it’s like a little lapel pin that you wear and tap to talk to your very own virtual assistant powered by artificial intelligence. This thing is packing tech from OpenAI and has cloud computing through Microsoft. I’m talking next-level stuff, man.
This AI Pin is no joke – you can interact with it using a touchpad, gestures, and it even has a sweet laser ink display that’s projected right onto your palm. That’s wild! And get this, it can craft messages in your own “tone of voice,” sort through emails, give you AI-driven music experiences, and it can even take pictures like a pro. Oh, and it can act as a foreign language interpreter and help you out with your nutrition goals. It’s like something straight out of a sci-fi movie!
But wait, it gets even crazier. Humane is teaming up with T-Mobile to provide wireless service for this bad boy. It’s like a whole new way of living, man.
The AI Pin is available for order starting Nov. 16, and it’ll set you back $699 for the system with a $24 per month subscription for service. But hey, this thing is the real deal – it was created by ex-Apple employees who worked on the iPhone and they’ve already raised a whopping $241 million in investments. It’s a game-changer, folks.
And this isn’t the only big news in AI lately. Elon Musk and his xAI startup just launched a chatbot called Grok that’s supposedly even better than ChatGPT. And then OpenAI dropped some new features for ChatGPT that lets subscribers create their very own GPTs. It’s a whole new world out there, my friends!