The announcement comes a month after Samsung revealed it had agreed to acquire the artificial intelligence startup behind Viv — a voice assistant that aims to handle everyday tasks for you all on its own. plans to incorporate the platform into its line of Galaxy phones, as well as home appliances and wearable devices, Reuters reported.
Artificial intelligence, a term used for the ability of a machine, computer or system to exhibit humanlike intelligence, is widely expected to represent the next frontier of computing. With that in mind, voice assistants have suddenly become all the rage, offering a hands-free and more natural way to ask questions, find information and manage busy lives.
Samsung did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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