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‘GPT-4’ powered smart glasses can tell you what to say

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.

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.

And these glasses would be perfect for President Biden, whose answers to questions are sometimes ‘incoherent mumbling.’

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