The startup Humane presents its wearable called AI Pin, a proposal without a screen and powered by artificial intelligence (AI) where they aim to replace mobile phones in communication and management of daily tasks .
AI Pin is a device that clips to clothing, in front of the body, using a magnetic system, like a brooch or pin, and uses AI to improve user interaction.
The device itself consists of two separable parts: the computer body and the external battery. The latter provides energy to the battery chip integrated into the device. It combines a custom Snapdragon processor, with an AI-based engine and data protection.
It also has a 13-megapixel RGB ultra-wide-angle camera with various motion and depth sensors, and a personic speaker, which creates a “sound bubble” that can be more “intimate” or louder, as they say. explained in a handy presentation. on your website.
Humane has included a safety light on the device, which turns on when the microphone or camera is in use, two elements that are not available until indicated by the user. Its developers emphasize the privacy of their proposal, because “it is not always listening or always recording.”
This device uses an assistant, called AI Mic, to help the user perform tasks (calls, messages, translation, object recognition, photos, videos, etc.) or through of reminders.
Interaction is done through voice, touch, gestures or through a laser screen with 720p resolution aimed at the palm of the hand. Because it doesn’t have a screen, it doesn’t have a user interface, it can only be programmed, and it doesn’t use applications, but rather, at the user’s request, it connects the AI experiences of the device and the cloud. . .
This device is designed in three colors, and will be sold next year for $699 (about 2,800,000 Colombian pesos), and includes the device and various accessories, such as the wireless charger, the cable and adapter, or the case. charger, similar to bud-type wireless headphones.