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Aivon

Easiest way to identify an object or a person using AI

Aivon is a powerful image analysis app powered by Artificial Intelligence that enables users to understand the content of an image.

Our advanced vision-based computing capabilities tool can recognize whatever you’re looking at and offer any essential information you require.

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Google Duplex

An AI assisstant that can talk on the phone 🤖

Google Duplex is an AI assistant that can actually talk to humans to get what you need. Powered by Google's powerful AI and tucked into Google Assistant, you'll be able to book reservations and schedule haircuts at hundreds of thousands of restaurants in seconds. More features to come soon.

BuzzFeed
Google's annual conference kicked off on Tuesday with its typical rapid fire opening keynote. The keynote is one of a handful of events each year that can give you insight into the technology industry's bleeding edge. It's where Google - a massive, sophisticated, $728 billion company - announces all the important product updates it is about to roll out.
WIRED
When a robot rings your phone, you can usually tell right away. Its voice is melodic, it rarely stumbles, and it's unnaturally efficient. The voice betrays its origin before it even has the chance to tell you that you qualify for a free loan, your mortgage payment is overdue, or that your input would really be valuable for a customer survey.
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Magic Leap One

Super stealthy AR startup reveals its first product

Magic Leap Creator Edition is the first product revealed from the super stealthy AR startup. The Creator Edition includes a headset, lightpack, and control.

MIT Technology Review
Brian Ach | Getty Images Magic Leap, an augmented-reality startup that has raised close to $2 billion without even publicly demonstrating a product, is pulling back the curtains a bit-on its website, at least. The company now says it will release a headset next year for developers, though it still won't divulge how much it will cost or when, exactly, it will… See more
Business Insider
Magic Leap revealed the name and design of its smart glasses on Wednesday. The company says that the hardware will ship in 2018. Magic Leap didn't announce a price. Magic Leap updated its website on Wednesday morning, revealing its highly anticipated augmented reality smart glasses for the first time.
Rolling Stone
Magic Leap today revealed a mixed reality headset that it believes reinvents the way people will interact with computers and reality. Unlike the opaque diver's masks of virtual reality, which replace the real world with a virtual one, Magic Leap's device, called Lightwear, resembles goggles, which you can see through as if wearing a special pair of glasses.
Product Hunt
Today Magic Leap, the super stealthy startup that raised nearly $2B in funding (!!!) just revealed its 14 Alternatives to Magic Leap One

New Google Assistant

From Google Home to your phone, including Google Lens

Alphabet's new Google Assisstant has Google Lens support, Google Home support, and dozens of other features to run your voice-first life.

Arador- Founder @ Arador
I find myself using Google Assistant more and more often, increasingly for news.
Amrith Shanbhag- Community at Product Hunt & Feathrd
It just works! Plus Google Home :)
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Mira Prism

Minimalist, untethered, smartphone-powered AR headset

Business Insider
Most college kids around their senior year look for internships or a killer beach house for the summer. Not the founders of Mira. As their fourth year at the Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy at the University of Southern California approached, they were working on prototypes and seeking funding for a new device they hoped would supercharge the young and … See more
The Verge
When I first put on the Mira Prism augmented reality headset, I was skeptical. AR is a proven concept in fields like surgery and mechanics, but nobody's made a good pair of glasses for everyday use. They're not cheap enough, they're not sleek enough, and there's not enough to do on them.
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SmartLens

Identify and learn about any object, instantly, using AI

Using machine learning, SmartLens instantly identifies what you're looking at and delivers proactive suggestions for what you might want to do next.

If SmartLens recognizes a product, it will enable you to buy it in one tap. If it identifies an animal, landmark, food, or painting, it will show you a Wikipedia description.

KWHS
On June 10 Michael Royzen, 18, will don his cap and gown and graduate from The Bush School in Seattle, Washington. Like many of his classmates, the soon-to-be high school grad has been busy finishing up projects and finals, celebrating, and preparing for the big day.
Turn-on
Einfach die Smartphone-Kamera auf ein Objekt richten und eine intelligente Software verrät, um was es sich handelt - mit der iPhone-App SmartLens ist genau das möglich. Wie gut die Newcomer-App tatsächlich ist, und wie sie im...
GeekWire
Michael Royzen is at it again. The 18-year-old Seattle software developer and entrepreneur has created another company and today released another new app for iOS - his seventh. SmartLens is supposed to turn your smartphone into a search box, according to the description in the app store. Royzen told...
TechCrunch
A couple years ago I was eagerly expectant of an app that would identify anything you pointed it at. Turns out the problem was much harder than anyone expected - but that didn't stop high school senior Michael Royzen from trying. His app, SmartLens, attempts to solve the problem of seeing something...
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