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Intel’s smart headset ‘Jarvis’ won’t rely on the cloud, reports Quartz


Intel debuted the reference design for its Jarvis smart headset back at CES, promising that it would eventually come to serve the same voice-recognition functions that we would expect from the likes of Siri and Google Now. Beyond Intels promises, however, it didnt seem to have many differentiating attributes. Quartz now reports that the Jarvis voice capabilities wont rely on the cloud, making the experience faster and hopefully more useful. Intels New Devices Group head Mike Bell spoke with Quartz about making Jarvis more powerful than its competitors, using technology that mobile devices like wearables have up until now had no access to.

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