Samsung launches ‘Gauss’ its own generative AI model
The AI tool was launched at the Samsung Developer Conference (SDC), Seoul (South Korea), the annual tech conference
Samsung Electronics has showcased its latest updates for software and services, including its new generative artificial intelligence (AI) model, named Samsung Gauss.
The AI tool was launched at the Samsung Developer Conference (SDC), Seoul (South Korea), the annual tech conference.
The new tool aims to enhance the work by facilitating tasks like composing emails, translating content and summarising documents.
The generative AI tool from Samsung comes in three sub-models:
The company has planned to integrate the new generative AI tool to improve the consumer experience.
The new AI model is said to be implemented in Samsung's upcoming tablets and smartphones, including the upcoming Galaxy S24.
Samsung also displayed advanced customer experience improvements and research technologies, including data intelligence which is based on mobile Galaxy UI features, knowledge graphs, enhanced connectivity experiences for Tizen-based screen products and the evolution of the Tizen platform.
Topics like opportunities and threats of AI on software security and Samsung's open-source activities for technological innovation were also discussed during the two-day event.
The Samsung Developer Conference (SDC), first started in 2014.
In an annual event, which brings thousands of developers, designers and content creators to discuss future technologies and services.
Samsung has unveiled the upcoming technologies and software visions at the event.