Binoculars have appeared that recognize 9,000 animals and birds

Sales of the new product will begin in February, and nature lovers will have to fork out some cash.

At the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), they presented binoculars that can recognize animals and birds within its field of view.

The new product, in fact, replaces a reference book: to understand which bird was caught in the lens, you just need to press one button.

Recognition occurs thanks to an AI processor. Having fixed an object, the smart binoculars use the Merlin Bird ID or Mammal ID bases and within a second produces the result.

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According to the developers, the new product recognizes more than 9 thousand species of animals and birds.

The device is also equipped with a 13 MP camera and a compass so you can make marks on the map.

The creator of the new product was the sports optics manufacturer from Austria, Swarovski Optic. The sale of binoculars began on February 1. The starting price is rather high – $4799.

MIT staff presented their annual list of 10 breakthrough technologies for 2024. And developments based on AI occupy the first place in it.

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