Samsung is developing its own generative AI, but you won’t be able to use it


Companies like Google, Microsoft, and Open AI have launched their generative AIs to the public, making it easy for users to use these AI tools for all sorts of things. It was hoped that Apple would announce something at WWDC, which they didn’t, although we expect that other companies will probably be getting on board as well.

It looks like Samsung could actually be next to develop their own generative AI model. This is according to a report from The Investor, who cites anonymous sources who claimed that this was confirmed by Samsung’s Kye Hyun Kyung during a lecture at the Yonsei University in Seoul last Friday.

We can’t say we’re too surprised by this development as AI seems to be the buzz in the tech space right now, but it appears that Samsung’s AI won’t be available to the public. Instead, the company is developing its own AI to be used internally amongst its employees. The reason is that they don’t want their employees using AIs built by other companies to prevent potential leaks.

This means that the public won’t be able to use Samsung’s generative AI model. It is a shame since it would be perfect to integrate into the company’s own products like its phone, laptops, wearables, and more. It is possible that maybe further down the road the company could release a version to the public, but for now don’t hold your breath.

Source: SamMobile

Tyler Lee
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