AI could search into your feelings when you hear a song at the mall and then automatically book the next concert of the same artist if such is being arranged at your city.
Microsoft's AI-powered backpack design has a plethora of sensors that may include cameras, microphones, GPS, and a compass, and more. The feature set has not been finalized. It contains more advanced stuff than a mobile phone due to being larger than mobile phone so bigger instruments can be fitted in.
Additionally, Microsoft thinks
>it may be useful to add in LEDs (RGB with a rotating change in color) and speakers from where AI can talk, as well as a haptic actuator, into the straps. The prototype bag doesn't contain LEDs however. But when it hits the stores it might.
Some real-time processing is deemed necessary to the smart wearable. Thus, various recognition modules are proposed to provide image, text, speech, facial, and cognitive recognition. As well as real-time monitors feeding data to the built-in processing power for AI smarts, the system housed in the backpack also will boast a recording device (using on-board storage), wireless connectivity, battery power / charging and more.
With all the above sensing and processing on your person, in the backpack, it is envisioned
>that wearers will benefit from AI enhanced object identification and analysis, nearby device interaction, and be able to gain contextual insights.
A flow chart shows how the backpack and its data feed might work alongside Windows 11 personal computers and cloud servers. Sometimes the user may interact with the backpack's on-board AI via speech, e.g. "Hey Backpack, add this poster to my calendar." Alternatively some AI actions or contextual tasks may be instigated by interacting with sensors on the straps.