🧠 Reviewers 'destroy' the AI pin

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  • 🧠 Reviewers ‘destroy’ the AI pin

  • 🤖 AI tool of the day - Glimpse: chat with any website’s content

  • 🔥 5 trending AI tools

  • 🎬 Adobe Premiere Pro is going all-in on AI with Sora, Runway and Pika

  • ⚡️ 5 quick and fresh AI updates

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In November, a new wearable device called the Humane AI Pin was unveiled with much hype and anticipation (we wrote about it here). However, early reviews from prominent tech YouTubers like Marques Brownlee have been scathing, with Brownlee calling it the "worst product" he's ever reviewed.

The AI Pin, which retails for $699, promises revolutionary features such as voice interaction and a camera with visual analysis capabilities. However, reviewers found that the device often fails to respond or provides incorrect answers, leading to a frustrating user experience.

Brownlee's review has sparked controversy, with some accusing him of potentially destroying Humane's chances of success in the competitive consumer electronics market. Others argue that honest reviews are necessary, regardless of their impact on a company's prospects.

The Verge echoed Brownlee's sentiments, describing the AI Pin as an "interesting idea" that is "thoroughly unfinished" and "totally broken." Despite the device's impressive build quality, its core functionality appears to be severely lacking, raising questions about its viability in the market.

Watch Brownlee’s review below:


Missed out on Ring and Nest? Don’t let RYSE slip away!

Ring 一 Acquired by Amazon for $1.2B

Nest 一 Acquired by Google for $3.2B

If you missed out on these spectacular early investments in the Smart Home space, here’s your chance to grab hold of the next one.

RYSE is a tech firm poised to dominate the Smart Shades market (growing at an astonishing 55% annually), and their public offering of shares priced at just $1.50 has opened. 

They have generated over 20X growth in share price for early shareholders, with significant upside remaining as they just launched in over 100 Best Buy stores.

Retail distribution was the main driver behind the acquisitions of both Ring and Nest, and their exclusive deal with Best Buy puts them in pole position to dominate this burgeoning industry.


💬 Glimpse: chat with any website’s content

Glimpse introduces a transformative browser extension, enabling users to ‘chat’ with any website they encounter, enhancing their comprehension and interaction with online content.

  • Glimpse intelligently synthesizes any visited site, allowing a more conversational and intuitive interaction, bringing forth the essence of the content.

  • A feature-rich interface presents users with a list of suggested questions, refining the browsing experience to user curiosity and needs.

  • User data and conversations are securely encrypted and stored locally, emphasizing privacy.

Why it Matters: In a world inundated with digital content, Glimpse offers a nuanced and intelligent approach to online interactions. It’s not merely about sifting through information but about engaging in a dialogue with the web, fostering a deeper understanding and enriched user experience. Glimpse’s unique conversational feature stands as a revolutionary step in synthesizing and interacting with the digital world, with a strong emphasis on user-centric innovation and privacy.

More info here


💫 Mavy

Your personal AI Executive Assistant, can help with all your tasks, from scheduling and calendar management to email drafting and beyond. (link)

🤖 Softr

Build custom apps powered by your data, no code required. (link)

💬 Lipdub

Speak any language in seconds with AI. Record yourself and let Lipdub take care of the rest. (link)

🧠 Durable

The AI website builder that generates an entire website with images and copy in seconds. (link)

🖋 Yaara

Use AI to instantly generate top-notch copy for ads, emails, websites, listings, blogs, stories, and more. (link)


Adobe is testing the integration of AI tools, including OpenAI's Sora, Runway, and Pika Labs, into its video editing software, Premiere Pro. These new features, set to be released later this year, will allow users to extend clips, add or remove objects, and generate b-roll footage using AI technology.

The core functionality will be delivered through Adobe's new Firefly Video generative AI model, trained on licensed content. While the use of synthetic video models has been controversial among some creatives, Adobe sees this integration as a way to enhance existing video production workflows and empower smaller creators with advanced graphics and visual effects capabilities.

By bringing generative AI innovations into Premiere Pro, Adobe aims to solve real pain points experienced by video editors, giving them more space to focus on their craft. The company plans to label any AI-generated video or video including AI elements as such in both Premiere Pro and metadata.


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