Samsung is quite excited to launch the Galaxy S24 series as an AI smartphone, which is said to be the “Galaxy AI experience.” The Galaxy AI experience, the company’s cutting-edge approach, will allow users to engage directly with the gadgets. This development is being driven by Samsung’s generative AI model, Gauss, which was first shown at the AI Forum 2023 event. Gauss is probably currently powering the AI features of the Galaxy S24. A few days ago, it was revealed by Samsung that Gauss will initially support six languages, including English, French, Spanish, Chinese, Korean, and Japanese.
All six languages will support the Galaxy S24 series for its AI functions. Alone, this number can be great, but for Google Assistant, this isn’t great as Google Assistant supports more different languages, like Vietnamese. Bixby, which has been around since 2017, supports more languages than Gauss is said to do; however, Bixby too lags behind Google Assistant. Bixby as of now supports nine different languages, so Samsung should work more effortlessly in order to surpass this and add more language support to Gauss.
One of its features will be the AI Live Translate Call function, which aims to reduce linguistic barriers between users. It appears that when you talk, real-time audio and text translations will take place. Furthermore, the business has said that the translations will happen on the device, so you don’t have to worry about your private conversations being discovered. Both Bixby and Gauss are examples of Samsung’s commitment to privacy through direct customer demand-making while protecting personal data. The inclusion of AI feature interference is also on the cards, but currently the information is vague.
The launch of the Galaxy S24 is the only way to know how much Samsung has integrated cutting-edge AI into its next generation of flagships.
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