Microsoft's augmented reality headset, the HoloLens, is an exciting prospect wrapped in a product that's not quite ready for the public. But as it inches closer to a consumer release, the company has revealed that the next version of the hardware will have an AI coprocessor built in, to help the headset recognize real-world objects...
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Category: Wearables


Artificial Intelligence

Augmented Reality

Deep Learning


Microsoft HoloLens

Neural Network

Object Recognition


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