If you bought Meta’s Ray-Ban smart glasses last year, they’re about to get a good deal more useful.

According to the New York Times, the long-awaited AI features that have been available in early access for some users since December are rolling out wide starting next month. These features include the abilities to identify certain animals and fruits by looking at them, as well as limited language translation for English, Spanish, Italian, German, and French.

This is a boon to Meta Ray-Ban owners because, up until now, Meta’s smart glasses haven’t really felt like smart glasses. There’s already a very limited AI featureset included with the glasses, but it’s basically an even less useful version of Siri right now. You can use it to make phone calls or snap photos, but it’s not great for much else.

It remains to be seen exactly how useful these new AI features will be, but hey, at least it’s a reason to try on those glasses again.