Tech Published: 9 April 2024 Update: 9 April 2024

We now have a better look at what’s inside the Humane AI pin

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Humane AI pin
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The Humane AI pin promises to give users a way to use generative AI in the physical world. You can clip the pin to your shirt, talk to it, and project answers from chatbots onto any surface, most often your palm. We know a little bit about what powers the tiny square pin, and thanks to a new report, we have a much better view of what goes on under the hood.

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) included a photographic teardown of the AI pin in a new report. The photos show the clearest look so far into what comprises the Humane AI pin, as well as a close-up of the Snapdragon processor it uses.

The FCC must certify devices that use wireless communications to ensure they follow regulations before they are released to the public….

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