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Meta’s Ray-Ban smart glasses get a new AI burst

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Meta’s newest smart The glasses, developed in partnership with Ray-Ban, have recently been developed with more artificial intelligence features. This week, Meta began rolling out a wireless signal update to its second generation of smart sunglasses that gives wearable devices some new capabilities.

The biggest update is the Meta AI with Vision feature, which brings Meta’s ChatGPT-enabled AI assistant to the glasses. Smart glasses owners will be able to activate an AI voice assistant, play with (near) real-time translation, and identify things in the user’s vision. Although it all sounds very futuristic for sunglasses. users have reported that, like all these new artificial intelligence systems, some functions work better than others.

Other new features in the update include video calling on the WhatsApp or Facebook Messenger apps and the ability to share the user’s view, taken from the glasses’ two front cameras. The glasses also come in two new frame styles: the lower-bridge Headliners and the cat-eye Skylers.

Walking around with a pair of cameras strapped to your face may still seem a little dystopian, but the fact that they look like regular old Ray-Bans makes Meta glasses blend into daily life more than smart glasses of yesteryear like Google. Glass. So yes, she certainly gets points for style, as does Mark Zuckerberg and his new obsession with the chain these days. But it’s also worth taking a moment to remember that these sick ringtones are co-produced by a company that has a history of letting its users’ data fall into the wrong hands. You’ll look great in them, sure, but you’ll also give Meta the first chance at all the new parts of your life you’re capturing.

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Bag your recycling

The new Freitag Mono[PA6] bag.

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Freitag, the Swiss company known for making recycled bags and backpacks, has a stylish new black bag. He infectious mononucleosis[PA6] Backpack It can hold up to 24 liters of stuff and comes with a smaller detachable musette that can be used as a shoulder bag or a purse. The company says that each part of the bag is made from a single nylon material (polyamide 6). Everything from the flaps, straps, and zippers are improvised from that single-base composite. That means you can send it back to Freitag, where the company can break it down completely and recycle the material to make another bag. the new piece sells for $380.

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