Luther is a startup solving the problem of memory retention and recall. Research shows that up to 80% of the information you take in is forgotten within 3 days. Luther makes it easy to remember in real time or anytime after. We are a collective of entrepreneurs, technologists, creatives and scientists who are passionate about pushing the bounds of human memory. Our founding team previously built Glint (NLP startup acq by LinkedIn), Google Assistant (Ph.D. in Neuroscience & Computational Linguistics), and Aira (AI/AR for the Blind).
There are three steps in building Luther:
1. Feed: Your memories are captured through both speech and text. Imagine the conversations you are having each day, Luther captures and retains them for you to recall at a later time. We create your raw memory snippets from your feed sources.
2. Transform: From the raw memory snippets generated from the feed, we apply the AI models to enrich memory blocks with predicted values such as emotions, questions, and identifying named entities. These memory blocks drive your accurate and contextual recall.
3. Recall: The collection of your memory blocks is your memory stack - a learned representation of your human knowledge. You can recall crucial knowledge with your Prime in real-time and through natural conversational interface discover the most relevant memory blocks for you.
The first step is creating your Luther account. Click here to get started.
Log in to the Luther App and you have two options for uploading memory blocks to your Stack – speech upload or a text upload. On the My Stack page, you'll see a text box. Here you can upload any text that you'd like to add to your memory Stack. Under the text box is a button to turn on your speech feed source. Click this and Luther will start creating memory blocks from anything you say. Click the stop button to turn this feature off.
A memory block is how we represent a cohesive thought or individual piece of information that you may want to recall. You can think of a memory block as containing a similar amount of information as a written paragraph, or about 3 to 4 sentences. Memory blocks also contain supporting contextual information such as the date and time, the speaker, and the implied emotion if applicable. Memory blocks will appear on the My Stack page.
Your memory Stack is your digital memory. It’s a timeline of your memory blocks that are interconnected through predicted attributes generated by Transformer AI models such as topics and emotions. Your Stack is what powers your Prime.
Prime is your virtual intelligence, a conversational AI that continuously learns from your Stack. Prime currently is a Beta feature and will be available soon.
There are two different ways to upload memory blocks to your Stack - through speech or text. When you upload a speech memory block, Luther will transcribe everything you say and create memory blocks from your voice signature. Uploading via text is as easy as typing anything you'd like to remember.
Your memories are by default private to you.
Contact Lakshmi, Luther's head of engagement, to learn more.
At this time we only support account creation through Google. In the future we will be adding new signup methods so if you cannot create a Google account be sure to check back soon.
Luther is currently limited to users in the US and Canada. More regions may be supported in the future so stay tuned!
Currently Luther is available in English, but stay tuned for additional languages being supported in the near future.
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