Crafted by the innovative minds at Samsung Research, this cutting-edge toolset encompasses three distinct components: Samsung Gauss Language, Samsung Gauss Code, and Samsung Gauss Image.
Announced details of Samsung Gauss
Samsung Gauss Language stands as a formidable language model akin to ChatGPT, boasting the ability to comprehend and respond to human language with remarkable precision. Its potential applications are far-reaching, spanning from streamlining email composition and document summarization to facilitating seamless language translation.
Samsung envisions seamlessly integrating this language model into their arsenal of devices, elevating the intelligence quotient of their smartphones, laptops, and tablets. While the specifics regarding the inclusion of interaction languages like English and Korean remain under wraps, a Samsung spokesperson opted not to divulge further details.
Samsung Gauss Code and Samsung Gauss Image
Complementing this, Samsung Gauss Code joins forces with its code assistant, code.i, zeroing in on the intricacies of development code. This dynamic duo is poised to empower developers, enabling them to craft code with enhanced efficiency. Noteworthy features include code description and an interactive test case generation interface, promising to revolutionize the coding experience.
Meanwhile, Samsung Gauss Image steps into the limelight as a feature dedicated to the realms of image generation and refinement. Armed with the capability to uplift low-resolution images, it wields the power to transform them into high-fidelity counterparts, breathing new life into visual content.
When and how to expect using Samsung Gauss?
While Samsung Gauss currently resides within the confines of internal use, plans to extend its accessibility to the public sphere are in motion, although specific timelines are yet to be unveiled. Rumors suggest that Samsung is eyeing the launch of the Galaxy S24, leveraging the prowess of its Generative AI model, as early as 2024.
In a resounding testament to their commitment to the ethical and secure implementation of AI, Samsung has established an AI Red Team, entrusted with the task of vigilant oversight over security and privacy concerns, spanning from data collection to AI development.
Daehyun Kim, the esteemed Executive Vice President of the Samsung Research Global AI Center, emphasized, “We will continue to support and collaborate with the industry and academia on generative AI research,” underlining their dedication to advancing the field.
The nomenclature ‘Samsung Gauss’ pays a fitting tribute to the legacy of the illustrious mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss, whose indelible contributions, notably the theory of the normal distribution, constitute the bedrock of AI and machine learning.
This launch marks a pivotal juncture for Samsung, emerging on the heels of a seven-month moratorium on generative AI tools on company-owned devices, encompassing popular models like OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Google’s Bard, in response to an internal data leak earlier in the year.
With Samsung Gauss, the company propels itself into a new epoch of generative AI technology, poised to redefine the boundaries of what is possible in this dynamic field.
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