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Apple, OpenAI, New Meta Sunglasses tech

Your sunglasses just got AI!

Dear Reader,

What’s next?

In the landscape of AI and technology, there's always something happening…

And today it’s Apple.

According to a recent report from Bloomberg, Apple is in talks with OpenAI about a potential collaboration that could see OpenAI's cutting-edge AI features integrated into the upcoming iOS 18 update for iPhones.

Apple products are about to get a huge boost thanks to OpenAI

But amidst all the buzz surrounding Apple's potential AI integrations, there's another AI-powered gadget that's been quietly making waves…

The Meta AI-powered Ray-Ban glasses.

What’s the buzz?

The new $300 Ray-Ban smart glasses, which can be optionally fitted with prescription lenses, are fully equipped with Meta AI technology.

What does that mean?

That means that these glasses have the ability to analyze what you see, enabling a range of innovative features.

Sunglasses just got a futuristic AI update

This allows Meta AI allows users to interact with their surroundings in ways never before possible.

Imagine being able to ask your glasses to identify something in your visual setting, send a voice message to a family member, or even play your favorite Spotify playlist—all without lifting a finger.

But perhaps the most impressive feature of these smart glasses is their seamless integration with Meta AI for capturing photos and videos.

With just a simple voice command, users can instruct Meta AI to handle the task, eliminating the need to fumble for their iPhones.

Why is it so important?

As we eagerly await further developments on Apple's AI initiatives, it's clear that the integration of AI into everyday devices is rapidly becoming a reality.

With Meta's innovative Ray-Ban glasses leading the way, we're witnessing the dawn of a new era in wearable AI technology—one that promises to revolutionize how we interact with the world around us.

Warm regards,

Mark Savant & The AI Media Team