Intel Says It’s Developing a Genderless AI

Intel Says It’s Developing a Genderless AIAlex CranzYesterday 11:41amFiled to: TAG HEUER563 Image: Tag HeuerEarly this morning, Tag Heuer and Intel announced a new smartwatch ahead of next week’s major watch and jewelry show, Baselworld. The sequel to last year’s $1500 Tag Heuer Connected, the Connected Modular 45 is another beast of a smartwatch, with a huge 45mm face and a lot of Intel inside. And according to the Verge, even more Intel is coming to the watch later this year—in the form of a new, genderless artificially intelligent assistant. The Connected Modular 45 will already have Google’s AI built-in, thanks to running Android Wear 2.0, but it’s going to be powered by an Intel Atom Z34XX processor. According to Jerry Bautista, vice president of Intel’s New Technology Group, that means the Connected Modular 45 should be able to run Intel’s future’ virtual assistant.

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