Humane launches wearable $699 AI Pin to replace your smartphone

In a TED Talk in April, Humane’s co-founder, Imran Chaudhri, demonstrated an astonishing new device that blurs the thin veil between the present and the future. It’s an AI-powered pin that could replace your smartphone. But who is Imran Chaudhri, you ask?  He is an ex-Apple veteran who led a small team that created the interface for the original iPhone. Now he feels he could have done more to limit the adverse effects of screen time (via Fast Company), leading to his newest venture. Imran is now the co-founder of Humane, a startup that demonstrated its inaugural product during a TED Talk – a wearable AI pin that works like ChatGPT.  The best part? It doesn’t have a screen until you need one. What is the AI Pin from Humane?  Humane’s AI Pin is a square-shaped device that comes with a battery and magnet. The device can attach to your clothes and other surfaces.  A Snapdragon processor powers the AI Pin. However, Humane hasn’t specified which chip has been used.  In addition, the Pin also sports a touchpad, camera, and tiny built-in projector. The projector serves as a screen by projecting a virtual touchscreen onto your palm when you hold it up. Source: Humane There is also a neat battery booster, which is also the magnetic backing of the pin to attach it to your clothes. The camera is capable of taking 13MP shots and video. However, it’s not working at launch and will have to come via a software…Humane launches wearable $699 AI Pin to replace your smartphone

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