- “South Korean consumer electronics major Samsung is banking on its Indian innovation-powered, artificial intelligence-enabled washing machines range to become the number one player in the fully automatic segment in India this year, according to a senior company official.
- ‘Our ambition is to go from the number two position to number one position, from a 24.6 per cent share to a 32 per cent share in fully automatic (segment) within this year 2021,’ Samsung India Senior Vice President, Consumer Electronics Business, Raju Pullan told PTI.”
“In addition to existing capabilities like note-taking and picture sharing, a new Family Hub upgrade will allow cameras with artificial intelligence to scan your fridge for items, then update its internal inventory on what you have, what you don’t, and how quickly you tend to use up certain items. With that information, the fridge can then help recommend recipes per your personalized dietary preferences, create meal plans based on your current inventory, and prepare shopping lists for everything you might need.”
- “The Neons are generated by the company’s own reality engine called Core R3. The R3 name refers to the principals on which the system is based — reality, real time, and responsiveness, and it’s the combination of all these that bring the Neon to life.
- Right now, a Neon cannot know who you are or remember you. Once your interaction is over, your relationship with it is lost to the digital ether. However, over the next year, the Neon team will work on the next version of Core R3, along with a project called Spectra that will add these important traits to Neon, and arguably bring it to life.”
- “NEON be a new AI assistant? It would be in Samsung’s best interest to shed the bad taste Bixby has left in everyone’s mouths and start anew in 2020.”