Samsung, the tech giant announced to introduce its most demanded features in the market by the end of 2020. The features encompassed artificial intelligence and speech recognition technology. Introducing these features will increase the demand for the various home appliances phones thereby improving user knowledge and increase association.
According to Samsung, user’s will get the improved experience in three areas: first and necessitate one will be the cloud stack, next relating platform, and artificial intelligence along with speech recognition technology. Currently, Samsung has introduced its artificial intelligence technology in one of the home appliances of Family Hub Refrigerator.
Ordering the grocery requirements becomes easier using these application features. Moreover, users will have automatic access to the robotic vacuum cleaners and washing machines through the refrigerators. The connection platform will act as a remote and will control all the home appliances by making user life more luxuries than earlier.
The updated versions of Samsung’s upcoming devices will include submissions through the application and report analysis using user’s mobile phones. Samsung’s voice app Bixby will switch the home appliances and Family Hub, the smart refrigerator will act as a kitchen platform.
This technology will be a joint venture between Samsung and many other open connectivity foundation tech-firms such as Google and Amazon. The devices of these companies trail out the OCF 1.0 standards for the devices to which has connected.
The fruitful applications can be enjoyed by all the Samsung Home Appliances users by connecting their devices to Alexa app of Amazon and robotic cleaner device with Google Home. These platforms are not available in South Korea, so they have provided other platforms such as KT’s Giga Genie and SK Telecom’s Nugu Artificial Intelligence.
Samsung’s latest smartphone Galaxy Note 8 will roll out very soon in countries like the United States. The company will introduce these ever waited for features in its upcoming smartphone.