Samsung has begun to describe Samsung Gauss, a generative AI version that runs locally on smartphones. According to Korea Times, Gauss would be included in the upcoming Galaxy S24 smartphone, which is anticipated to launch early next year. This week, Samsung presented Gauss at its AI forum, showcasing the AI model’s ability to create and modify photographs, write letters, condense papers, and even help with coding. A portion of Samsung’s Gauss system can operate locally upon the gadget, and company representatives hinted a few weeks ago that generative AI will be included in mobile phones’ “core functions” beginning in 2024. “Named after CF Gauss, a renowned mathematician who developed the normal distribution principle, the foundation of machine operation as well as AI,” according to Samsung, is the name of their Gauss model. Samsung Gauss Code, Samsung Gauss Language, and Samsung Gauss Image are components of the model created by Samsung Research.
Samsung Gauss Ensures Better Device Control Among Other Things
In a news release introducing Gauss, Samsung stated, “Samsung Gauss Language, a creative language approach, enhances productivity at work by simplifying activities such as writing emails, translating content, and summarizing documents.” “When integrated into products, it could also improve the user interface by enabling better device control.”
If Gauss can run some small generative language and image models directly on the phone rather than depending on certain cloud-powered huge language versions from companies like OpenAI, this product integration might be a major selling feature for the Galaxy S24. Though it won’t be as potent as ChatGPT, Samsung has already integrated generative AI into its Bixby artificially intelligent assistant for household appliances. “We are not aiming for such a heavy service, but when we wonder about artificial intelligence (AI), we often wonder about ChatGPT,” stated in September Miyoung Yoo, VP of Samsung Electronics’ division of home appliances. “Bixby will comprehend the circumstances of the discussion and enable natural communication, even if the user hasn’t used a set command.”