Samsung's Bixby 2.0 will feature enhanced processing capabilities on the Galaxy Note9

Models pose with a Samsung Electronics Co.'s refrigerator equipped with the voice-recognition system Bixby during a press conference in Seoul

It might take 1000 AI experts to fulfill Samsung's Bixby vision

The firm initially announced Bixby 2.0 past year, and today Samsung's Gary G. Lee, head of Samsung Research's AI Center, shared more on the upcoming update.

Samsung talked about Bixby 2.0 during a recent press conference that was focused on its vision for AI.

Gray G. Lee, the head of the AI Centre under Samsung Research, has confirmed in an interview with the Korean Herald that the company's next phone will feature an advanced Bixby platform. That is not to mention the possible mergers and acquisitions that could be because of this news. He went on to say that Bixby 2.0 will offer enhanced features like improved natural language processes, enhanced noise resistance capability and much faster response times.

Koh had previously explained that Samsung's goal with Bixby 2.0 is to provide users with a wider scope of voice-assistance features so it's going to be quite feature-heavy. Make no mistake, Samsung is very much invested in AI-the company plans to increase its AI workforce to up to 1,000 employees, and wants to create AI centers in different parts of the world.

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