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Waiting List Opens For Google's First Artificial Intelligence Powered Camera

| January 28 , 2018 , 12:24 IST

Last October, Google revealed a new camera: Clips, a little gadget that utilizes artificial intelligence to take a picture when it sees something interesting. The organization hasn't said much in regards to the gadget, but it began selling it on Sunday.

The camera costs $249 (Rs. 15,832) and comes with free shipping, yet now, Google seems to have stopped taking orders for the device. It's guiding potential clients to bounce on a Waitlist and will email them a notification when the gadget is accessible once more.

As indicated by Engadget, the users who were able to place the order they got delivery dates running from February 27th to March 5th.

It comes with a 12-megapixel sensor underneath a 130-degree field of view lens. It's equipped for taking 15 fps burst of pictures. It has 16GB of storage capacity and 3 hours of smart recording and unfortunately, it does not have any Microphone.

Clips is a different kind of camera, one that Google is aiming at parents who take a lot of photos of their children. The idea is that the camera sits out of sight, sitting tight for the correct minute to take a photo. Not every person is agreeing with the idea of a Google camera that is continually watching them, yet the organization has brought up that the gadget does the greater part of its work with its own hardware, and doesn't send anything out to outside servers.