Samsung wants to use its Gauss AI model partly natively on the Galaxy S24 phones. AI services are available on phones, but many run on a server and require an Internet connection.
Samsung recently announced Gauss and According to the Korea Times The intention is to run part of the AI model locally on Galaxy S24 phones to generate images or drafts of emails. The Bixby digital assistant will also get artificial intelligence features to help understand the context of commands.
The move makes sense When announcing the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, Qualcomm emphasized that the SoC is suitable for running language models with billions of parameters natively. Some Galaxy S24 models worldwide will likely run on Soc. The other part will likely contain Samsung’s own Exynos SoC. The manufacturer can adapt its SoC to the requirements of the AI model.
Artificial intelligence is playing an increasingly important role in phone software functionality. Google has confirmed this with its Pixel 8 phones, which can, among other things, separate audio tracks and have the ability to move objects in photos. Some Google AI features, like Night Video Enhancement, run on a server and require an Internet connection. It is not known if Samsung will segment the AI features in the same way.
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