Thanks to Google, we have to remember less and less information these days. Whether it’s about pop culture, management or history. But what about knowledge that we cannot find in Google? To remember the names of our client’s spouses, the last great idea or other very personal facts, Luther.AI.
The company, which calls itself Google for Memory, uses artificial intelligence to capture and transcribe voice memos while the algorithm stores the information appropriately. Luther.AI is said to be a tool that allows us to store, retrieve and even expand our thoughts.
Currently, thoughts and information still need to be recorded, but in the future, users should carry a high-quality 5G recording device with them to record their interactions.
Luther.AI also takes care of data protection, says Luther.AI. Protective measures such as high-end encryption and the express permission of other interlocutors are just a few aspects of the program. Each person should have their own personal Luther.AI and store their data there.
This week they released the browser-based product for the first time, but very soon a standalone application will be released, which can be integrated into other applications via its own API.