Intel headgear to offer fast offline voice processing

Intel released more information about its Quark-based Jarvis headset reference design, claiming that it offers local voice processing for faster responses.

At CES, Intel demoed its upcoming Jarvis headset, along with other products that run on its new dual-core, Linux-oriented Quark processor, such as a smartwatch and a baby monitor. In a Jan. 27 interview with Quartz, Intel’s “head of wearables” Mike Bell revealed some interesting offline voice processing capabilities of the audio-only Jarvis Bluetooth accessory.

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