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Samsung is Introducing Artificial Intelligence in Galaxy S9 for User Experience

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by Richard Gall — 3 years ago in Review < 1 min. read
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With each passing month, fresh inventions continue emerging from the smartphone market. It had been the bezel-less apparatus and front fingerprint detectors grabbing all of the spotlights at the beginning of 2017. Though, since the center of this year, it’s been about the usage of Artificial Intelligence at another frontier of flagship tablets.

Huawei did it for the very first time together with all the Kirin 970, the initial AI aided chip.
Samsung has just published a teaser confirming that. This teaser was released today in the Bixby Voice launch occasion of Galaxy Ai UX at China. It’s theorized that Galaxy Ai UX is largely the AI capabilities incorporated in the Galaxy S9.

There’s an AI startup located in China called DeePhi. DeePhi generates AI chipsets which supports features including immediate address recognition, neural language processing and other recognition activities on smartphones.

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Samsung has just spent. Graphcore is a UK-based AI business.

It’s apparent that Samsung is quite interested in hardware that’s capable of improving AI capacities on smartphones. Perhaps we’ll be visiting a camera which employs the depth-sensing technologies to enhance facial recognition or an AI coprocessor that renders the most important processor free to take care of different things quite soon.

Although there has not been any official statement or confirmations that these speculations are sufficient to keep us on our feet to a coming couple of months.

Richard Gall

Richard is senior editor of The Next Tech. He studied International Communication Management at the Hague University of Applied Sciences.

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