The job interview is one of the most stressful moments in professional life. The fear of knowing what to say, how to say it, how to make the best impression to get hired. With this in mind, researchers at Stanford University have created glasses that incorporate GPT-4, the technology behind ChatGPT.
They are called RizzGPT and allow to see live the possible answers to give, depending on the scenario.
The first thing to clarify is that the glasses do not yet have their own design. Going to the interview with glasses and an extra lens in one of your eyes can be counterproductive. But there will be a time when integration will be best presented.
Described as a “real-time charisma service,” RizzGPT integrates:
- GPT-4 technology, the Artificial Intelligence model of text generation used by OpenAI's ChatGPT.
- Whisper, which is used for dictation recognition.
- And augmented reality glasses from Brilliant Labs.
With these three elements, the result is encouraging for future improvements.
Here's how RizzGPT, the artificial intelligence glasses like ChatGPT, works
The augmented reality glasses attach to the lens of the glasses and display information through their high-resolution screen, camera and microphone. Whisper technology allows the user's request to be dictated. Finally, GPT-4 generates the response.
Bryan Hau-Ping Chiang, one of the creators of RizzGPT, posted a video on his Twitter account of what the wearer of the glasses looks like during an interview.
say goodbye to awkward dates and job interviews ☹️
we made rizzGPT – real-time Charisma as a Service (CaaS)
it listens to your conversation and tells you exactly what to say next ????
built using GPT-4, Whisper and the Monocle AR glasses
– Bryan Hau-Ping Chiang (@bryanhpchiang) March 26, 2023
Although it announces “goodbye to awkward dates and job interviews,” for now, it's the actual wearing of the glasses that is awkward. It's a teleprompter microphone, TV-style.
However, this is a very good first step towards developing this technology for people who are shy or under pressure during a job interview.
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