Google’s discontinued AR glasses is about to come back to life with new features like Artificial Intelligence. Plataine, an Israeli software company demonstrated a new app for the face-mounted gadget at a conference in San Francisco devoted to Google’s cloud computing business, last week.
Aimed at manufacturing workers, the new app is more like Amazon Alexa for the factory workers. It understands spoken language and offers verbal responses, reports Wired.
The goal is to help workers on the factory floor become more productive and efficient. That all centers around the company’s AI-based Digital Assistant which provides documentation for real-time productivity tracking, important alerts, and recommendations completely hands-free.
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