In the past couple of months, Meta has been amping up its AI efforts, matching the trends of 2023 and 2024. Now, a report from the New York Times (via Android Headlines) claims that Meta will bring AI to its Ray-Ban smart glasses.

AI coming to Ray-Ban smart glasses

The smart glasses in question come from a partnership between Meta and Ray-Ban. The device is equipped with a microphone and camera, and while it’s gorgeous as a fashion statement, it can also take photos, record videos, and even play music.

And with AI claiming its place in almost any tech category nowadays, it’s just about time that it is available on smart glasses. With AI on the Ray-Ban Meta glasses, you’ll be able to use the camera to identify objects and animals.

On top of that, you’ll also be able to use AI for speech translation. Reportedly, the functionality currently supports English, Italian, French, German, and Spanish. The AI in the glasses will be accessible by you just saying “Hey Meta”.

For now, the AI functionality is in its testing period, but reportedly Meta will be distributing the features next month. Although the feature set is currently quite limited, there’s always space for growth of the feature and the concept.

Izzy, a tech enthusiast and a key part of the PhoneArena team, specializes in delivering the latest mobile tech news and finding the best tech deals. Her interests extend to cybersecurity, phone design innovations, and camera capabilities. Outside her professional life, Izzy, a literature master’s degree holder, enjoys reading, painting, and learning languages. She’s also a personal growth advocate, believing in the power of experience and gratitude. Whether it’s walking her Chihuahua or singing her heart out, Izzy embraces life with passion and curiosity.

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