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Cool or creepy? Google AI camera “decides when to take photos” - Netimperative

Google has launched Clips, will be the first standalone camera from the internet giant that takes on the likes of Go Pro. But is its AI camera that chooses when to snap pictures liberating… or creepy? Google Clips main feature is its abiliity to use ...and more »

Google Clips: What's in the Box? -

Designed with parents and pet owners in mind, Google Clips is a hands-free mini camera that has all you can expect from a good camera. After the big announcement, many people are left wondering what exactly the camera does.and more »

Google's Clips camera is powered by a tailor-made AI chip - The Verge

Google's Clips camera may be a little creepy, but it also seems pretty useful for the right user; deploying machine learning to automatically snap the best pictures of your kids and pets. But the key to that functionality isn't just Google's AI prowess ...and more »

Google Clips: All The Compatible Phones -

Google unveiled a plethora of new content at a conference yesterday including a brand new phone. The Google Pixel 2 and 2 XL will build on what was established with the original Google Pixel and look to challenge Samsung and Apple for dominance in the ...and more »

Google's Clips camera offers a snapshot of things to come - Computerworld

Google held a big hardware event this week, announcing a couple of new Pixel-branded smartphones, two Google Home devices, a new Pixelbook laptop, new earbuds called Pixel Buds, and a consumer camera called Google Clips. Of all the new Google ...and more »

Google Clips: Does it Record Video? -

Google announced a huge lineup of new products yesterday. In a surprise announcement, Google announced its new camera, the Google Clips. The camera instantly takes photos for you in moments when you may not want to be behind a camera, like when ...and more »

Is Google Clips the creepiest home technology yet? - New Statesman

What if cameras, but always on? This is the apparent thought process behind one of Google's new offerings, Clips, which was announced at a product launch in San Francisco last night. In short, Google Clips is a constantly-watching camera that uses ...and more »

Google's new Clips camera is invasive, creepy, and perfect for a parent like me - The Verge

At least a half-dozen times every week, I reach into my pocket and pull out my smartphone in an attempt to take a photo or video of something my kids are doing. As a dad, I'm eager to capture those magic, fleeting moments when my two boys are playing ...and more »

Could the Google Clips camera be used to spy on you? Google says no. - VentureBeat

This might be a flashback to Google Glass. At an event in San Francisco this week, Google announced a new camera you can “clip” onto anything, called Clips. Say you want to take photos at a birthday party. Just attach the camera to the back of a chair ...and more »

Google Clips camera comes with an Intel Movidius Myriad 2 VPU which powers the on-device AI processing - Firstpost

Users may also clip the camera onto an object and have Clips automatically record “stable, clear shots” of familiar faces set by the user, the company said. Google announced an interesting product at its 'Made By Google' hardware event on 4 October ...and more »