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AI Weekly Insights: Google's Gemini Ultra, Brilliant Labs' AR Glasses
Keep at the forefront of technology and AI with our latest insights, featuring Adobe's pioneering fashion tech, Brilliant Labs' advanced AR glasses, and the groundbreaking Gemini Ultra by Google.
February 13, 2024

Welcome to the OpenCV AI Weekly Insights Digest!

Stay ahead in tech and style with our cutting-edge insights, covering Adobe's fashion innovation, Brilliant Labs' AR glasses, and Google's Gemini Ultra release.

Introducing Gemini Ultra, LLM by Google

Image Source: Google

Google has presented its large language model, Gemini Ultra, which may become a competitor to GPT-4 and other leading large language models in the market. However, access to Gemini Ultra comes with a price tag, available as part of the Google One AI Premium subscription for $20 per month.

Gemini Ultra is now operational across Android and iOS apps and on its website. It's also integrated into Google Assistant on mobile devices. According to Google, Gemini Ultra significantly outperforms its predecessor, Bard model, by understanding context more effectively, solving complex tasks such as coding, and providing logical and creative responses to queries.In addition to mobile and desktop applications, users will gain access to Gemini Ultra features within Google Workspace.

Google plans to expand the multimodal capabilities of Gemini Ultra in the future, including image, audio, and video recognition and generation. The corporation intends to store and analyze all user queries for at least three years to further AI development.

Read More: Google Blog

AR Glasses by Brilliant Labs

Image Source: Brilliant Labs

Brilliant Labs has introduced Frame, a lightweight AR glass equipped with the AI assistant Noa. Weighing just 39 grams, these conventional glasses blend into daily wear and are connected to a smartphone via Bluetooth. This connection leverages the phone's computational power and internet access for operation.

An impressive suite of AI models powers Frame: Whisper for speech recognition and synthesis, the language capabilities of GPT-4, and the visual prowess of Stable Diffusion and Perplexity AI. These glasses are designed to respond to voice queries in real-time, translate texts, generate images from descriptions, and recognize objects and faces, all aimed at enhancing the user's interaction with their environment.

The developers are working towards making Frame autonomous, eliminating the need for a smartphone connection in the future. Currently available for pre-order at $349, the first shipments of Frame are set to begin on April 15th.

Read More: The Verge

The Trillion-Dollar Vision: Sam Altman's Plan

Image Source: Wall Street Journal

Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, seeks $5-7 trillion to transform the semiconductor industry and significantly increase global chip production to support advanced AI development. By engaging with potential investors, including the UAE government, and seeking partnerships with key chipmakers such as TMSC, Altman aims to mitigate current and future chip shortages.

This initiative, positioning OpenAI as the leading consumer, aims to accelerate the creation of Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) by ensuring a steady supply of necessary hardware. However, the ambition to gather such a vast sum underscores the scale of the challenge.

Read More: Wall Street Journal

Adobe Debuts Innovative Animated Dress at New York Fashion Week

Image Source: Adobe

Adobe has made a striking entrance into the fashion world with an animated dress showcased at New York Fashion Week. This innovative dress is crafted using 1,264 Adobe Primrose fabric elements, which uniquely alter their optical properties at the push of a button.

The technology behind this captivating display, Project Primrose, was unveiled by Adobe last fall during a major product presentation. Project Primrose represents a breakthrough in intelligent fabric technology, enabling clothing to change patterns with just a simple command. This debut marks a significant step towards blending digital innovation with fashion design.

Read More: Adobe News

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