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The Humane AI Pin apparently runs GPT-4 and flashes a ‘Trust Light’ when it’s recording

A photo from Imran Chaudhri’s TED talk about the Humane Ai Pin. The device projects details of a phone call onto his hand.
The AI Pin has a projector, it seems, instead of a screen. | Image: TED

Humane’s first gadget, the AI Pin, is currently slated to launch on November 9th, but we just got our best look at it yet thanks to a somewhat unexpected source. Before it has even been announced, the AI Pin is one of Time Magazine’s “Best Inventions of 2023,” along with everything from the Framework Laptop 16 to the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 to the Bedtime Buddy alarm clock.

The write-up is brief and relatively light on details, but there are a couple of new details, along with the best photo we’ve seen yet of the device. It appears the AI Pin will attach magnetically to your clothing, and uses “a mix of proprietary software and OpenAI’s GPT-4” to power its many features. (If you remember, that includes everything from making calls to…

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