Oppo unveiled its Air Glass 3 smart glasses

PLUS: Photoshop, but for music?


Good morning, human brains, and welcome back to your daily munch of AI news.

Here’s what’s on the menu today:

  • Instantly repel potential lovers 🤓 🤦‍♀️

    Oppo introduced its Air Glass 3 smart glasses.

  • Apple pulled the plug on its electric vehicle 🗑️ 🔥

    It cancelled Project Titan and is shifting its focus to AI.

  • Adobe’s Photoshop for music 🎸 🥁

    It teased Project Music GenAI Control, a music generation/editing tool.


AI contraceptive… Er… Glasses 🤓 🤦‍♀️

In October, we reported on the Rewind Pendant. It’s a wearable AI necklace that captures and transcribes your conversations and stores them on your phone.

In November, we covered Humane’s AI pin. It costs $699 plus $24 per month.

A couple of weeks ago, we reported on Frame’s AR glasses. They are fully open-source, leverage multiple AI models, and more.

On Tuesday, we covered MIT researchers published a paper on AI gloves. They can teach you physical skills using tactile feedback.

AI in my corneas, please.

Two days ago, Oppo introduced its Air Glass 3 smart glasses. It’s Oppo’s latest prototype that boasts smart technology, AI integration, and more.

What’s so great about these?

They only weigh 50 grams and contain 4 microphones. You can view photos, play music, and more with its touch sensors.

Are they better than Frame’s glasses?

Not at all. It offers a peak brightness of 1,000 nits as opposed to Frame’s 3,000 nits. It’s only compatible with Oppo’s phones, and you have to connect to Oppo’s app every time you use the voice assistant.

That blows, but I still want them.

Oppo hasn’t given any details on pricing or the release date.

Do they at least look cool?

Oppo and many reports online claim they look like regular glasses… I’ll leave this picture here, and you can be the judge…

AI creators are earning more than you

Fanvue offers creators the freedom to shape their content and earnings.

Beyond subscriptions, creators can boost earnings through AI features, tips, sales, and pay-to-view messages.

Creators retain 85% of earnings for the first 3 months and 80% thereafter, with top earners making over $10k monthly.


RIP Apple Car… 🗑️ 🔥

Back in April, we reported on Apple’s AI coaches. The purpose was to provide personalized health and wellness guidance using Apple Watch data.

In May, we covered Apple’s ban of ChatGPT. It banned its engineers from using AI tools in order to protect internal data.

In July, we reported on Apple developing its own LLM. Internal engineers called it Apple GPT, and it ran on Google Cloud.

In November, we covered Apple’s new MacBooks. They contain the new M3 chips that have neural engines optimized for powerful AI models.


Sadly, no. After a decade, Apple cancelled its Electric Car Development. It was called Project Titan and its employees are being laid off or redirected to AI projects.


The project faced issues with direction, leadership changes, and overly ambitious tech goals. The COO Jeff Williams and Senior Vice President of AI John Giannandrea initially announced its cancellation internally.

How much would the car cost?

The projected price was around $100,000.

How many employees worked on the car?

Almost 2,000. They will either be fired or moved to generative AI projects.


Photoshop, but for music? 🎸 🥁

In October, we reported on Adobe’s Project Stardust. It’s a photo editing tool that lets you manipulate objects in images with text prompts.

A few days later, we covered Adobe’s Icon of Transparency. It’s an AI content watermark that Adobe claims you can’t edit out.

Last month, we reported on Adobe’s new AI audio editing features in Premiere Pro. It began rolling out Enhanced Speech, Audio Categorization, and more.

More Adobe AI goodness?

Oh, yeah. Yesterday, Adobe unveiled Project Music GenAI Control. It’s an AI model that generates audio from text descriptions or melodies.

Why do I care?

It allows you to create music and customize its tempo, intensity, and structure within the same workflow. You can also extend tracks to desired lengths, remix music, create endless loops, and more.

“One of the exciting things about these new tools is that they aren’t just about generating audio—they’re taking it to the level of Photoshop by giving creatives the same kind of deep control to shape, tweak, and edit their audio. It’s a kind of pixel-level control for music.”

Nicholas Bryan, Senior Research Scientist at Adobe Research

Sweet. How do I use it?

It’s currently in the research stage without a user interface. It was developed in collaboration with the University of California and Carnegie Mellon.



MyMind — Keep all your notes, images, quotes, and highlights private and organized. Your own personal search engine powered by AI. [Sponsored]

SkimAI — an email assistant that summarizes, responds to, and organizes emails.

Thinkbuddy — integrates your Mac with ChatGPT.

Post Cheetah — creates complete SEO strategies based on your Google data.

Think Pieces

Will the New York Times vs. OpenAI case get thrown out? OpenAI claims the news company paid someone to hack ChatGPT.

Is Quantum Internet the future? For the first time, scientists made “quantum memories” that store and retrieve units of quantum data at room temperature.

Is AI wrecking havoc on elections? All tested models spat out misinformation, and some were incorrect more often than they were accurate.

Startup News

GitHub Copilot Enterprise is now generally available. It offers coding and developer assistance, and costs $39 a month per user.

Klarna’s AI assistant managed 2/3 of customer services inquiries. It’s powered by OpenAI and did the work of approximately 700 full-time employees.

Ex-Twitter engineers formed Particle. It’s a startup that aims to create a new model that fairly compensates authors and publishers.


MobiLlama — a Small Language Model (SLM) that outperforms existing SLMs while being smaller and less expensive.

Multi-Hop Reasoning — a study on how LLMs tackle prompts that require multiple steps.

Playground v2.5 — a paper on how to improve the color, contrast, aspect ratios, and detail in text-to-image models.



The average person doesn’t have access to OpenAI’s new video generation tool, Sora, yet. Some early users claim it generates much higher quality images than any of its competitors.

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Until next time 🤖😋🧠

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