Samsung intends to include generative AI into its home appliance in next year

South Korean tech giant Samsung is marching towards its vision of creating a smarter world. An executive vice president from Samsung Electronics opened up at the IFA Digital Trade Exhibition, which was hosted in Berlin, that the firm is aiming to integrate generative artificial intelligence (AI) elements in their own home appliances next year. According to recent reports from Korean news blogs, Yoo Mi-young, Samsung’s leader of the software development team, said, We are preparing to apply generative AI technologies to our home appliances.”

Yoo Mi-Young stated, “Generative AI technologies will be applied to voice, vision, and display,” so that home electronics have a greater knowledge of what users do and desire and can react accordingly. Additionally, she said that “we are developing a chipset that helps home appliances with generative AI consume less than 0.1 watt for every 24 hours they run”. Fairness, transparency, and accountability are the three guiding principles that Samsung firmly adheres to while developing AI technology, Mi added.

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With home gadgets becoming smarter and processing massive quantities of data, Samsung is also creating a chipset to cut energy use. Yoo anticipates that household appliances will use artificial intelligence to provide services beyond those required for basic functionality, such as air conditioners that can automatically set the user’s preferred temperature and refrigerators that can do more than just store food, as they will also be able to assess their status and make management recommendations.

In light of energy conservation and falling electricity costs, customers, particularly in Europe, have begun to see the value of smarter, connected gadgets, Mi claimed. With the 2014 acquisition of SmartThings, an open internet of things platform with headquarters in Washington, Samsung launched its smart home initiative. Mi explained that the campaign’s main objective is to link all household appliances, enable them to feel and detect their environment using learned patterns, and then automatically optimize their recommendations.

“People are increasingly paying attention to the merits of connected devices, as they now see that interconnected appliances have helped them reduce energy costs,” Yoo stated.

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