Google Starts Selling  AI-Powered Clips Camera
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Google Starts Selling AI-Powered Clips Camera

Google in October unveiled a new camera Clips. It is a small device that uses artificial intelligence to take the right picture when it sees something interesting. The company has not said much about the device, but it quietly began selling it on Saturday. The camera costs $249 and comes with free shipping, but at this point, Google appears to have stopped taking orders for the device. It is directing potential customers to jump on a wait list, and will e-mail them a notification when the device is available again, The Verge reported. Clips is a different type of camera, one that Google is marketing towards parents who take a lot of pictures of their kids. The idea is that the camera sits in the background, waiting for the right moment to take a picture. Not everyone is onboard with the idea of a Google camera that is always watching them, but the company has pointed out that the device does all of its work with its own hardware, and does not send anything out to external servers.


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