This Man Keeps Destroying Companies...

SomeOrdinaryGamers
30 Apr 202415:40

Summary

TLDRThe video script discusses the Rabbit R1, a pocket-sized AI device that has garnered attention for its potential but also criticism for its current limitations. The device, costing $200, is powered by a Rabbit operating system and uses a large action model to perform tasks like booking Ubers or ordering food. The critique focuses on the product's form factor, suggesting it's unnecessary to carry an additional device when smartphones can already perform similar functions. The speaker, Mudahar, appreciates the futuristic concept of an AI that can convert speech into actionable tasks but questions the practicality and cost-effectiveness of the Rabbit R1. He also touches on the issue of unfinished products and the challenge for companies to deliver on their promises in a timely manner to retain consumer trust.

Takeaways

  • ๐Ÿ“บ The speaker, Mudahar, is discussing the show 'The Sopranos' and its connection to the mafia, setting a thematic context for the discussion.
  • ๐Ÿคต Maris Brownley, a YouTuber known for his reviews on tech products, is mentioned as someone who has critiqued products related to AI and their practicality.
  • ๐Ÿ“ฑ The Human AI pin, a wearable product, was criticized by Maris for being unnecessary and easily replaceable by existing technology like Siri or Google Voice.
  • ๐Ÿš€ Mudahar expresses interest in the future of AI and its applications, particularly in the form of a large action model, which he sees as a step towards the future.
  • ๐Ÿงก The Rabbit R1, a device powered by a rabbit operating system, is highlighted as an example of a product that has potential but is currently underwhelming in its execution.
  • ๐Ÿ’ฐ The Rabbit R1 is criticized for its $200 price tag and the need for consumers to take a gamble on its future development and utility.
  • ๐Ÿ“ฑ Smartphones are presented as already capable of performing many of the tasks that specialized AI devices promise, questioning the necessity of additional hardware.
  • ๐Ÿ‘ด Mudahar suggests that devices like the Rabbit R1 might be more appealing to older individuals or those with disabilities who find smartphones less accessible.
  • ๐Ÿ•ฐ The concept of 'unfinished products' is discussed, with the idea that consumers are often asked to pay for products that are not yet fully functional.
  • ๐ŸŒ There is a concern that by the time these AI devices catch up and become truly useful, established tech companies like Apple and Google may have already integrated similar functionalities into their devices.
  • ๐Ÿ“˜ The importance of considering privacy when using AI and chat GPT systems is mentioned, with the suggestion of using local instances to avoid data exchange with big tech companies.

Q & A

  • What is the show 'The Sopranos' about?

    -The Sopranos is a television show about the mafia and their mob-related activities.

  • Who is Maris Brownley and what is his association with the mafia?

    -Maris Brownley is a YouTuber known for his reviews on tech products. His association with the mafia is metaphorical, as he is known for putting companies 'sleeping with the fishes' through his critical reviews.

  • What was the Human AI pin and why was it criticized?

    -The Human AI pin was a wearable product featuring a camera and an AI chat bot interface. It was criticized for being a useless product that could be easily replaced by existing technologies like Siri or Google Voice, and for its high cost and required subscription fee.

  • What is the Rabbit R1 and what are its functionalities?

    -The Rabbit R1 is a pocket companion device powered by the Rabbit operating system. It offers functionalities like searching the internet, music listening, ride sharing, and food ordering through generative AI.

  • Why does the Rabbit R1 use a large action model instead of a chat bot?

    -The Rabbit R1 uses a large action model to perform tasks based on user commands, like booking an Uber or ordering food, which converts human speech into actionable tasks, offering a more interactive experience than a simple chat bot.

  • What is the significance of the Rabbit R1's processor and how does it affect the device's capabilities?

    -The Rabbit R1 uses a MediaTek MT6 765 octacore processor, which is not the most powerful. This indicates that the device primarily serves as a front-end for command input, with the actual processing done on cloud servers.

  • Why is the Rabbit R1's form factor considered a problem by the speaker?

    -The speaker considers the Rabbit R1's form factor a problem because it is an additional device that consumers have to carry around, which goes against the trend of reducing the number of items one needs to carry, such as integrating wallet and key functions into a smartphone.

  • What is the 'GPT for all' and how does it differ from the Rabbit R1's approach?

    -GPT for all is a software that allows users to install a local instance of a chat GPT system on their own hardware, providing privacy as no information is exchanged with big tech companies. It differs from the Rabbit R1 as it doesn't require a dedicated device and offers a more private interaction with AI.

  • What is the main criticism of the Rabbit R1's business model according to the speaker?

    -The main criticism is that the Rabbit R1 is selling a product with many functionalities that are not yet implemented, which asks consumers to pay a significant amount for a product that is not fully functional at the time of purchase.

  • Why does the speaker believe that the Rabbit R1 is not a good investment for consumers?

    -The speaker believes that the Rabbit R1 is not a good investment because its functionalities can be easily replicated by a software update on existing smartphones, making the dedicated device unnecessary and its cost unjustified.

  • What is the future that the speaker envisions for AI devices like the Rabbit R1?

    -The speaker envisions a future where AI devices can be taught to perform basic tasks across various platforms and devices, translating human speech into real actions, but in a form factor that is more integrated and less cumbersome than the Rabbit R1.

Outlines

00:00

๐Ÿ“บ Introduction to The Sopranos and Maris Brownley's Influence

The speaker, Mudahar, introduces the topic by expressing surprise and admiration for the TV show 'The Sopranos,' which he has recently started watching. He then segues into discussing Maris Brownley, a prominent YouTuber known for his impactful reviews on tech products. Mudahar recalls a previous discussion about the 'Human AI pin,' a wearable tech product that received criticism from Maris for its high price and limited utility. The summary also touches on the Rabbit R1, another product that has been gaining attention and which Maris has reviewed, highlighting its current limitations and potential future developments.

05:01

๐Ÿ“ฑ Critique of Rabbit R1 and Comparison to Smartphone Capabilities

Mudahar delves into Maris Brownley's critique of the Rabbit R1, a device that, despite its $200 price tag, still relies heavily on cloud processing for its functionalities. He discusses the device's current capabilities, such as music playback and food ordering, and compares these to the features already available on smartphones. The speaker also mentions the Rabbit R1's potential future updates, including ticketing, navigation, and a 'web teach mode' for learning user behaviors. However, he expresses skepticism about the device's form factor and the willingness of consumers to carry yet another device when smartphones can perform similar tasks.

10:02

๐Ÿš€ The Future of AI and Large Action Models

The speaker shifts the focus to the future of AI, specifically discussing large action models (LAMs) and their potential to transform how we interact with technology. He uses the example of the character EDI from the game 'Mass Effect 2' to illustrate how LAMs can execute tasks based on human speech. Mudahar appreciates the innovative direction that companies like Rabbit are taking with LAMs but criticizes the physical form factor of their products. He suggests that a watch or a smart clock would be more practical and discusses the risks of selling incomplete products at a high price, using the example of the game 'Payday 3'.

15:03

๐Ÿค” Consumer Perspective on AI Devices and Investment in Tech

In the final paragraph, Mudahar reflects on the consumer perspective regarding AI devices. He questions the value proposition of products like the Rabbit R1 when compared to the capabilities of smartphones and the potential for software updates from tech giants like Apple and Google. He also addresses the concerns of investors who might be enticed by the futuristic concept but as a consumer, he finds it hard to justify the cost. The speaker concludes by inviting the audience to form their own opinions on the matter and signs off with his name.

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Keywords

๐Ÿ’กThe Sopranos

The Sopranos is a critically acclaimed American television drama series that revolves around the life of mob boss Tony Soprano and his family. In the video, the speaker uses it as a metaphor to introduce the topic of the mafia, which is a central theme in the series. This sets the tone for discussing the influence of the mafia in pop culture and how it's portrayed in the show.

๐Ÿ’กMaris Brownley

Maris Brownley is a YouTuber known for his tech reviews. In the script, the speaker refers to Maris Brownley as someone who has become a significant figure on YouTube, often reviewing products that are related to technology and innovation. His reviews are mentioned to highlight the impact of social media influencers on consumer perception and the tech industry.

๐Ÿ’กHuman AI Pin

The Human AI Pin is a wearable product discussed in the video that allows users to have a camera and a device attached to them, functioning as an AI chat bot. The speaker criticizes it for being a useless product that can be easily replaced by existing technology like Siri or Google Voice. This keyword is central to the discussion about the practicality and value of new tech products.

๐Ÿ’กRabbit R1

Rabbit R1 is a pocket companion device powered by the Rabbit operating system, mentioned as a product that has been reviewed by Maris Brownley. It's a device that the speaker has been following and is critical of due to its high cost and the fact that it can be replaced by a software update on a smartphone. The Rabbit R1 represents the broader discussion in the video about the future of AI and consumer technology.

๐Ÿ’กLarge Action Model (LAM)

A Large Action Model (LAM) is a type of AI system that can take human speech and convert it into actionable tasks. In the context of the video, the speaker discusses how Rabbit R1 uses an LAM to perform functions like booking an Uber or ordering food. This keyword is integral to the conversation about the potential future applications of AI and its current limitations.

๐Ÿ’กGenerative AI

Generative AI refers to AI systems that can create new content or take actions that were not explicitly programmed. The speaker mentions generative AI in the context of the capabilities of the Rabbit R1 and how it could potentially shape the future of AI technology. This keyword is significant as it represents the evolving nature of AI and its growing capabilities.

๐Ÿ’กSmartphone Integration

Smartphone integration is the concept of incorporating additional functionalities into smartphones, which are already multi-purpose devices. The speaker expresses a preference for integrating features into smartphones rather than carrying separate devices like the Rabbit R1. This keyword is central to the debate on the convenience and necessity of standalone tech devices versus smartphone apps.

๐Ÿ’กWeb Teach Mode

Web Teach Mode is a feature mentioned for the Rabbit R1 that would allow users to teach the device how to use certain functionalities, applications, or websites. The speaker sees potential in this feature but criticizes the product's current state and cost. This keyword is important as it speaks to the adaptability and learning capabilities of AI systems.

๐Ÿ’กConsumer Grade CPUs

Consumer grade CPUs refer to central processing units that are designed for everyday use in personal computers and devices. In the video, the speaker contrasts the power of these CPUs with the capabilities of the Rabbit R1, suggesting that the device is underpowered and overpriced. This keyword is relevant to the discussion of the technical specifications and value of tech products.

๐Ÿ’กPrivacy

Privacy is a key concern when it comes to using AI and digital assistants. The speaker mentions privacy in the context of using chat GPT for all, an application that allows users to run a local instance of chat GPT without exchanging information with big tech companies. Privacy is a significant theme in the video as it highlights the importance of data protection and user control over personal information.

๐Ÿ’กFuture of Technology

The future of technology is a central theme in the video, as the speaker discusses the potential and current state of AI devices like the Rabbit R1. The speaker is both critical of the current offerings and hopeful for the future developments in AI and how they can be integrated into everyday life. This keyword encapsulates the overall narrative of the video, which is a contemplation on the direction technology is heading.

Highlights

The Sopranos is a great show about the mafia that the speaker just discovered

Maris Brownlee is a YouTuber known for reviewing tech products and his reviews can make or break startups

Maris reviewed the Humane AI pin, a wearable AI assistant product that was criticized as being useless and easily replaceable

The Rabbit R1 is a pocket-sized device that runs on a large action model AI and has various functionalities like searching, ride sharing, and food ordering

The Rabbit R1 costs $200 with no subscription fee, but many of its features are still promised updates

The device has a camera to capture the world around it and can send images/videos to the AI for analysis

The Rabbit R1 is using a large action model AI, which can convert human speech into actionable commands to interact with other applications

The form factor of the Rabbit R1 as a separate device is criticized as unnecessary when smartphones can already do its functions

The speaker would prefer a watch form factor to interact with the AI without having to carry an extra device

The Rabbit R1 is a glimpse into the future of AI but its current product execution is flawed

The company behind the Rabbit R1 is trying to bring the future but may struggle to compete with tech giants like Apple and Google

The speaker discusses the importance of large language models (LLMs) and large action models in the future of AI

The Rabbit R1 represents an innovative approach to AI but its execution and form factor are not yet ideal for consumers

The speaker argues that selling unfinished products at a high price is a gamble and consumers may not stick around for promised future updates

The Rabbit R1 is an example of an AI product that is trying to bring the future but may not succeed due to its current limitations and competition from tech giants

The speaker concludes that while the concept behind the Rabbit R1 is promising, the product itself is not yet recommendable for consumers

Transcripts

00:00

hello guys and gals me mudahar and you

00:02

know I've been watching the show now

00:03

called The Sopranos which is like all

00:05

brand new for me I I missed out on it

00:07

I'll be real with you I I can't believe

00:10

I missed out on how great this show is

00:12

it's a show about the mafia and how you

00:14

know they they do mob related things now

00:17

there's one YouTuber that I associate

00:18

with the mafia on this platform right

00:20

here that my friends is Maris brownley

00:23

and I talked about this guy a week and a

00:25

half ago I say this guy but he's pretty

00:27

much a YouTube known quantity at this

00:29

point yeah he's been putting some

00:31

companies sleeping with the fishes okay

00:34

that's pretty much where he's going with

00:36

it now a Mars brownly review can either

00:38

have you in the land of milk or honey or

00:40

put your startup into serious [ย __ย ]

00:42

risk apparently these days now mares

00:45

brownley I talked about him a week and a

00:47

half ago when he made this one tech

00:48

review that wouldn't leave my feeds for

00:51

like 2 three days straight okay he

00:53

talked about this thing called the human

00:54

AI pin which was this wearable product

00:57

where you could just have this camera

00:59

attached to you and like this little

01:00

product that you could talk to interface

01:02

with and it would just be like your

01:04

little AI chat GPT bot on the go okay it

01:07

would be your little be your little

01:08

friend on your on on your shirt okay

01:10

that's how it worked now this product

01:12

was laughed at he made fun of it because

01:15

at the end of the day it was actually a

01:17

useless product it could easily be

01:19

replaced by Siri Google Voice whatever a

01:23

simple [ย __ย ] basic Google search was

01:25

faster than the time it took for this

01:27

product to communicate back with its

01:29

servers and and give you a chat GPT AI

01:31

response now for $700 and a subscription

01:34

fee uh yeah of course people are going

01:36

to laugh at it okay now of course Maris

01:39

makes a video where he talks about this

01:40

thing called the rabbit R1 and he titles

01:43

it baile

01:46

reviewable now again this is a product

01:48

that I also have seen in my feed for the

01:51

last couple days in fact even the week

01:53

it's actually a product that I have been

01:55

following pretty closely myself

01:57

unfortunately I couldn't actually end up

01:59

getting this product myself even you

02:01

know putting down into it because it's

02:03

just one of those products that

02:04

apparently has been ordered enough to

02:05

the point where according to statista uh

02:08

the worldwide sales for this rabbit

02:10

apparently on the newest batch have

02:12

reached 50,000 something sales okay now

02:16

the rabbit R1 this is what it looks like

02:18

this bright orange little square this

02:20

half of a Game Boy SP and this is a

02:23

pocket companion powered by rabbit

02:25

operating system okay so to go down the

02:27

rabbit hole here real quick that's a

02:29

turn they use not me by the way uh it's

02:32

a $200 product all right no subscription

02:34

whatsoever now if I add to the bag and I

02:36

show you how much it costs in Canadian

02:38

Monopoly money just by switching the old

02:40

country there uh that's a $279 Canadian

02:43

product okay now it's got no

02:44

subscription fee but to give you an idea

02:47

279 Canadian that's a that's I mean

02:50

that's a pretty penny 200 USD is a

02:52

pretty

02:53

penny so this is a pocket companion that

02:56

you bring with you and it gives you

02:58

access to a large action model a lamb

03:01

which is a little bit different and it's

03:02

a reason why I also want to make this

03:03

video because today we're kind of

03:05

talking about the future okay the actual

03:08

future that I want to see all right this

03:10

is just not the the route we want to be

03:12

taking to get to set future but we'll

03:14

discuss why so anyways Maris makes this

03:16

video where he talks about it and it is

03:18

barely reviewable because a lot of this

03:20

product is still unfortunately tied

03:23

behind again the promises of what

03:26

they'll update down the road so if you

03:28

actually look at what they have over

03:29

here you can see that again going all

03:31

the way down they've got the camera

03:33

which allows the device to look front

03:35

back see the world around it so you can

03:37

send you know images and videos and

03:39

request the AI to look into things right

03:41

and of course if you look into what they

03:43

said it can do which is their

03:45

functionality by the way they said that

03:47

it can search so do Google searches for

03:50

you which you know any chat GPT system

03:53

you can download the chat GPT app right

03:55

now on your phone and do that right here

03:58

in fact if you want to not do with chat

04:00

GPT as a chatbot with other servers and

04:02

you want actual privacy I'm going to

04:04

show you something cool called chat GPT

04:07

for all okay GPT for all literally

04:09

allows you to install this on Windows

04:11

Mac or lunux and actually have your own

04:14

local chat GPT instance without any

04:18

information being exchanged to Microsoft

04:20

Google or any of the big tech companies

04:22

okay if you care about privacy and you

04:24

want to partake in chat GPT you can

04:26

install this on your own Hardware now

04:28

the reason why I'm also showing this to

04:30

you guys is to again instruct you that

04:33

this does require some strong systems so

04:36

obviously the model itself is a 3 to 8

04:38

GB file and it runs on consumer grade

04:41

local CPUs these CPUs are far stronger

04:45

than anything rabbit R1 is going to be

04:47

putting into its device okay so for 200

04:49

bucks you get access to a device that is

04:51

by the way running a mediatech mt6 765

04:55

octacore processor it's not the most

04:57

powerful of devices it purely exists to

05:00

be a front-end device for you to input

05:03

commands to and they send it off to a

05:04

server the cloud where the actual stuff

05:07

gets processed and sent back to the

05:08

device now according to them you can ask

05:11

it to listen to music you can ride share

05:13

with it get food generative AI all of

05:15

that extra BS now according to maris's

05:18

review you can link this with stuff like

05:20

uber door Dash mid journey and the thing

05:23

is what it does is kind of a glimpse

05:25

into what the future can provide now

05:28

obviously the problem is they have a lot

05:30

of planned [ย __ย ] like for instance

05:32

ticketing navigation reservations and

05:35

then of course something known as a web

05:36

teach mode so you can teach the actual

05:38

product how to use certain

05:40

functionalities all right certain

05:42

applications certain websites so on and

05:44

so forth now the thing about a lot of

05:46

these products is I kind of feel for

05:48

this company okay 200 bucks that's still

05:51

less of a gamble than what it costs the

05:53

Humane AI pin but for people 200 bucks

05:55

is still 200 bucks and I think these

05:57

companies kind of forget that many

05:59

people just don't want to take stuff

06:01

with them okay they don't want to carry

06:03

stuff around with them anyways but we'll

06:05

get to that in a bit I want to go over a

06:07

bit of maris's review with you now in

06:09

this review where Maris is talking about

06:10

this rabbit R1 and yes that is

06:12

apparently supposed to be more orange

06:14

than what video cameras can capture the

06:16

tapes that have come out from people

06:18

talking about this and when you look

06:19

into like their bios they're all about

06:21

artificial intelligence uh when Mar said

06:24

if he said his initial videos were

06:25

barely reviewable instead of posting and

06:27

iterating where would he be today so

06:29

yeah the level of discourse that's being

06:31

happened by like AI Bros is comparing

06:34

free accessible YouTube videos to

06:36

commercially available products right

06:38

now that are requested money for okay

06:40

200 bucks by the way so again what I

06:43

want to get into is again getting people

06:45

into buying these products anyways Now

06:47

look for me buying more things to put

06:50

into my pocket or attach to me is not

06:52

something I'm looking forward to in fact

06:54

if anything I wish I could lessen

06:55

whatever I needed to carry for instance

06:57

there are three things I take when I

06:59

leave my house car keys my wallet and my

07:02

cell device okay that's it now if I

07:04

could in any way turn my phone key my

07:07

car fob into my phone I would okay I

07:10

would if I could take my driver's

07:13

license because it's the only reason I

07:14

carry my wallet with me anyways uh and

07:17

again my uh vehicle insurance my vehicle

07:20

pink slip into my phone one device

07:22

itself I'd be totally okay with that I'd

07:24

be fine imagine getting pulled over and

07:26

a cop asks you Hey where's your driver's

07:28

license pink slip in registration

07:30

instead of rumaging through your glove

07:31

box you whip out your phone Tap a button

07:34

show them your Apple wallet your Google

07:36

Wallet whatever and you have all your

07:37

stuff there adding extra things into my

07:40

pocket is not something I'm looking

07:41

forward to so when I looked at something

07:43

like the rabbit R1 the problem with the

07:45

device like this is instead of being an

07:48

idiot who goes out in public carrying

07:50

this orange [ย __ย ] brick with you this

07:52

would have been a lot better had they

07:54

released this as like a watch form

07:56

factor okay something where you could

07:57

have a watch on you you could tap a

07:59

little button on the crown and say hey

08:01

look look at that thing I'm pointing at

08:03

maybe a little camera in the front and

08:04

say hey translate that for me tell me

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what you're looking at search this thing

08:08

for me blah blah blah and then it would

08:09

just return the answers right on your

08:11

local device anyways because all it

08:13

would have to do is interact with the

08:15

server to begin with and that's all

08:17

these devices are effectively doing and

08:19

one of the reasons why people are kind

08:21

of talking about this even more so is

08:23

because even the CEO for this company

08:25

has basically been at the Forefront of

08:27

trying to get ahead of any possible

08:29

negative attention and if you thought

08:31

maris's review was scathing you have

08:34

other users like snazzy labs and people

08:36

that have had supposedly worse

08:37

experiences and you can see the CEO in

08:40

the situation is actually trying to

08:41

compare his product versus The Humane AI

08:44

pin and again the problem with these

08:47

devices the problem with it is literally

08:49

what I said the watch that he has on him

08:52

had that form factor been put towards

08:54

the watch itself and you could have just

08:55

used it because remember they're just

08:57

client boxes would be a lot better if

08:59

you just had it right there instead of

09:01

carrying this extra device with you if

09:04

you're going to sell something like this

09:05

maybe have it like a smart clock or

09:07

something that you have on a desk next

09:09

to you anyways that you interact with so

09:12

yeah that's kind of been basically where

09:13

the discourse for this device is it's

09:15

literally a product designed for people

09:17

who live in an alternate universe where

09:19

smartphones don't exist now these

09:22

products while they're selling them for

09:23

like 200 bucks a a pop or in some cases

09:26

700 with a subscription fee these things

09:29

could easily be replaced by Apple Google

09:32

in one software update for their iPhones

09:34

and Android devices you know imagine if

09:36

Google implements an ability for them to

09:38

do the exact same functionality rabbit

09:40

is doing but freely integrated into

09:42

Google devices anybody whether they have

09:45

the lowest end smartphone all the way to

09:47

the highest end Android smartphone are

09:49

able to use that functionality and then

09:51

who's to say they wouldn't you know

09:53

bring that over to the Google app for

09:55

iPhone or who's to say apple wouldn't

09:57

bring Siri extra functionality and say

09:59

hey Siri can you book an Uber for me and

10:01

Siri goes into the application books The

10:03

Uber for you and that's the future now

10:06

where the actual thing the actual

10:08

Sympathy For Me comes from is that what

10:10

rabbit is trying to do is actually bring

10:12

the Future Okay so again while companies

10:15

like apple are bringing generative Ai

10:17

and spending a billion buaron per year

10:20

to catch up with artificial AI uh

10:23

artificial AI That's a weird AI in

10:25

general what you got to understand and

10:28

the most important part about it what

10:30

rabbit is doing is using something known

10:32

as an L now when it comes to AI [ย __ย ]

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llms are probably the most popular term

10:38

out there these are chat Bots large

10:40

language models [ย __ย ] like chat GPT what

10:43

rabbit is doing is something known as a

10:45

large action model and I wanted to talk

10:47

about this a little bit because this is

10:49

actually the Future Okay so a good

10:51

example is if you ever play the game

10:53

Mass Effect 2 you probably know of a

10:55

character known as Edy Ed is basically a

10:57

ship artificial intelligence that works

10:59

on the Normandy the characters in the

11:01

game interact with Ed to do stuff on the

11:04

ship so for instance if you want Ed to

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change autop piloting things you talk to

11:08

the ship and it just does it all for you

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basically it is a large action model

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it's able to interface with things and

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act as if a human uh you know basically

11:17

take human speech and convert it to

11:19

actual action so what rabbit is doing

11:21

with the L model is basically creating a

11:24

system where you can ask a piece of

11:26

software to book an Uber for you get

11:28

food for you do Google search interact

11:31

with an application and in theory it's

11:33

going to talk to that application and

11:35

convert what you say into actable actual

11:38

usable you know actions which I think is

11:41

really cool I think it's a way to the

11:43

future but I think the actual form

11:45

factor these companies are selling these

11:47

products on is a bit of a joke all right

11:49

people are going to laugh at this

11:51

product because yes the rabbit R1 is a

11:53

useless piece of product but the thing

11:56

that it's trying to achieve is actually

11:58

not useless it's so weird when I discuss

12:00

it like that right like you would think

12:02

that people would line up for something

12:03

like this but paying 200 bucks for

12:06

something that can easily be replaced by

12:08

a software update or even dealing with

12:10

functionality that is achieved today by

12:12

simpler stuff on smartphones is what I'm

12:15

kind of talking about right is where I'm

12:17

kind of leading the situation into it's

12:19

not mares brownley that's killing these

12:21

companies or destroying these product

12:23

he's just speaking about it from a

12:25

logical sense all right most people and

12:28

money isn't exactly Bountiful these days

12:30

most people are not willing to spend 200

12:32

bucks to buy a little orange square and

12:34

have it serve as a personal digital

12:36

assistant when in reality smartphones

12:39

already can do what this device does at

12:42

a fraction of the cost in a much more

12:44

intuitive and easy to access way out

12:46

there I said when I covered the human AI

12:48

pin that most people using it probably

12:50

would be older individuals people with

12:52

disabilities but again the future of

12:55

this device is cool imagine a future

12:57

where you could teach this device to do

12:59

basic [ย __ย ] for you on a TV on a computer

13:02

on a gaming console or whatever and it

13:03

would actually translate what you say

13:05

into real action the thing is the rabbit

13:08

AI the rabbit R1 is just not the way

13:12

there what it represents is something I

13:14

want to see grow in the future the

13:15

product as it is is not something that I

13:18

could ever recommend to anybody and one

13:20

of the things Marquees mentioned in his

13:21

video and one of the things I've been

13:23

saying for years and even in the Gaming

13:25

Community obviously is unfinished

13:27

products okay selling anything for 200

13:30

bucks and expecting people to think

13:32

about the future is an impossible task

13:34

okay comparing it to just the idea of

13:37

gaming Halo infinite was a game that

13:39

dropped actually better example payday 3

13:42

payday 3 is a game that dropped almost

13:44

half a year ago I think at this point

13:46

and when it dropped it had a lot of

13:48

promises okay it was going to replace

13:50

the very successful Payday 2 to this day

13:52

payday 3 has what maybe a couple hundred

13:54

people playing on it right now so they

13:57

kind of dropped the ball months ago by

13:59

promising things but achieving very

14:01

little on a release date so here's the

14:03

thing if let's say a year from now

14:05

payday 3 becomes an amazing game well

14:08

you still had that year in between where

14:10

you kind of asked people to take a

14:12

Gamble and you've already had such a bad

14:14

stinct towards your product so if a year

14:17

later you create an absolute amazing

14:18

product and if rabbit makes that amazing

14:21

beautiful web teach mode and it brings

14:23

more functionality will people be around

14:26

to stick with this product or will by

14:28

the Time Rap catches up Apple will

14:30

already be there and Google will already

14:32

be there or other products that are more

14:34

open more I guess economically feasible

14:37

be there and provide a better product

14:39

okay who's to say somebody doesn't just

14:40

develop an application for their phone

14:42

that somebody downloads for free maybe

14:44

pag a subscription of like five bucks a

14:46

month to and gets access to roughly the

14:48

same feature set that's what I'm kind of

14:50

bringing up over here and that's one of