This self-heating jacket uses A.I. to adjust to your optimal temperature

This self-heating jacket uses AI to keep you warm

Clothing start-up Ministry of Supply has designed a smart jacket that uses artificial intelligence to automatically adjust to your body's optimal temperature. The jacket, which reaches temperatures of up to 135 degrees Fahrenheit, can also be voice-controlled through devices like the Amazon Echo or manually with an app. Inside the jacket are three carbon fiber heating devices that are less than 1 millimeter thin.

The jacket is for sale through a Kickstarter campaign for $295 and will ship later this year. So far the campaign has raised over five times more than its target of $72,000.

Ministry of Supply has been designing science-based clothing since 2012. The company was co-founded by Aman Advani and Kit Hickey — student and graduate, respectively, of MIT Sloan School of Management — and MIT mechanical engineering alumnus Kevin Rustagi.

Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated Advani's status at MIT.