Students at Stanford University have developed smart glasses that provide users with appropriate responses for conversations through an optics lens connected to a smartphone running OpenAI’s GPT-4 large language model.
This article was originally published by ZeroHedge.
Stanford student Bryan Hau-Ping Chiang tweeted the smart glasses are called “rizzGPT — real-time Charisma as a Service (CaaS) … it listens to your conversation and tells you exactly what to say next … built using GPT-4, Whisper and the Monocle AR glasses.”
He said, “Say goodbye to awkward dates and job interviews.”
Chiang explained the monocle-like device can “clip onto any pair of glasses + has a camera, microphone, and high-res display.”
OpenAI’s speech recognition software, Whisper, runs in the background on the phone and allows the glasses to show proper responses to say in a matter of seconds to its wearer.
The Stanford student provided a diagram of how the technology works.