Samsung’s voice-activated AI assistant Bixby took center stage at the Korean conglomerate’s Unpacked 2018 event this morning, playing a featured role in all three of the new products Samsung announced (the Galaxy Note 9, the Galaxy Watch, and the Galaxy Home smart speaker). That came as no surprise — AI voice helpers like Siri, Alexa and the Google Assistant are generating headlines and moving markets, and Samsung wants in on the action.The question is, can Bixby catch up? Samsung’s team is going to give it their best shot. Now Playing: Watch this: Galaxy Home: Samsung’s answer to the HomePod 2:23 “We are a device company,” said Samsung Consumer Electronics CEO Kim Hyun-suk in a May 2018 interview with the Wall Street Journal. “The rules of the game are different. It’s not right to see it as a matter of being early or late.” Samsung’s plan? Incorporate Bixby into every device it sells by 2020. That’s half a billion devices per year, according to the WSJ — everything from phones, TVs and smart speakers to refrigerators and robot vacuums. The Bixby rollout is already well underway across some of those categories. That’s a potential advantage over Apple, Google and Amazon, none… Read full this story
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