Smart glasses powered by GPT-4
A team of crafty student researchers at Stanford University have developed a pair of smart glasses that can display the output of OpenAI's GPT-4 large language model — potentially giving you a leg up during the next job interview or even coaching you during your next date.
The device, dubbed rizzGPT, offers its wearer "real-time Charisma as a Service" (CaaS) and "listens to your conversation and tells you exactly what to say next," as Stanford student Bryan Hau-Ping Chiang explained in a recent tweet.
The glasses were made using a monocle-like device that can be snapped onto practically any glasses, built and donated by Brilliant Labs. It features a camera, microphone, and a high-resolution display that can output text generated by GPT-4.
OpenAI's speech recognition software, Whisper, allows the glasses to feed speech directly to the chatbot, which can generate answers in a matter of seconds to its wearer.