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    • Apple’s New VR Headset and the implications for Future Voice First products Hey everyone, I'm sure we have all seen the announcement from Apple and their new product and it got my mind thinking about the future more-so and the speed and scale of how technology will advance with the announcements of the new Apple and NVIDIA Chips and orders of magnitude increase in overall computing power. When I was looking at the Apple device it reminded me of Nintendo when they launched the Wii --> followed by the Wii U -> Leading into the Nintendo Switch. From the consumer perspective the novelty of the Wii U was interesting but not seen as practical for gaming in the long-term which is a standard for most Nintendo products (Super-Nintendo- Gameboy, N64 Etc.) However, each product release ultimately led to the Switch combining the aspect of portability and home use at scale, with impressive graphics and an expanding catalogue of apps and features. So, when I look at this product launch, I'm really seeing the first mass-produced product as Brian says, "Wisdom Keeper". What will biometric products blended with AI look like in five years? Will we ditch the need to track facial recognition and focus completely on audio? One common complaint I've noticed from the consumer perspective is that people don't appreciate being dethatched from the outside world (which is what the VR headset does to a degree). However, I think Apple putting out a product to begin collecting and analyzing a significant amount of bio-metric data will pay off dividends for them in the future if they can use the information to develop a smaller more refined product in the next decade. This product will most likely be viewed as a collector’s item in 20 years when the advancements of collecting, analyzing, and anticipating of biometric technology becomes more advanced. Anyway, curious to hear your thoughts but from what it feels like we are about to leave Kansas and we don't have any slippers to take us back home. The race for privacy just got more interesting.Hey everyone, I'm sure we have all seen the announcement from Apple and their new product and it got my mind thinking about the future more-so and the speed and scale of how technology will advance with the announcements of the new Apple and NVIDIA Chips and orders of magnitude increase in overall computing power. When I was looking at the Apple device it reminded me of Nintendo when they launched the Wii --> followed by the Wii U -> Leading into the Nintendo Switch. From the consumer perspective the novelty of the Wii U was interesting but not seen as practical for gaming in the long-term which is a standard for most Nintendo products (Super-Nintendo- Gameboy, N64 Etc.) However, each product release ultimately led to the Switch combining the aspect of portability and home use at scale, with impressive graphics and an expanding catalogue of apps and features. So, when I look at this product launch, I'm really seeing the first mass-produced product as Brian says, "Wisdom Keeper". What will biometric products blended with AI look like in five years? Will we ditch the need to track facial recognition and focus completely on audio? One common complaint I've noticed from the consumer perspective is that people don't appreciate being dethatched from the outside world (which is what the VR headset does to a degree). However, I think Apple putting out a product to begin collecting and analyzing a significant amount of bio-metric data will pay off dividends for them in the future if they can use the information to develop a smaller more refined product in the next decade. This product will most likely be viewed as a collector’s item in 20 years when the advancements of collecting, analyzing, and anticipating of biometric technology becomes more advanced. Anyway, curious to hear your thoughts but from what it feels like we are about to leave Kansas and we don't have any slippers to take us back home. The race for privacy just got more interesting.

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