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Samsung today launched a private beta offering 'select developers' access to the Bixby SDK.
Samsung talked up an ambitious vision, but it's all theoretical for now.
Bixby, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.’s smart digital assistant, no longer will be trapped in the Korean giant’s smartphones, as the company today announced plans to make it available on its own smart TVs and refrigerators and eventually other companies’ products. Show More Summary
Bixby's getting a big upgrade. The 2.0 version of Samsung's voice assistant will be on smart TVs and fridges, with a beta in a few weeks.
Samsung announced Bixby 2.0 at its annual developer conference, and there's a lot to talk about. Last week, a report surfaced with the claim that Samsung would be announcing a brand new version of Bixby on October 18 at its Samsung Developer Conference. Show More Summary
Samsung wants to take on Amazon's Alexa with Bixby 2.0, they've announced the second iteration of their digital assistant will be more open and will feature more useful interactions with smart devices.
Since the launch of Siri, the demand for voice assistants has skyrocketed, with the major technology players each creating their own version. While Google tends to dominate the headlines with the Google Assistant, another player has the makings of a strong competitor. Samsung introduced Bixby, a voice assistant program, on the Galaxy S8 [...]
Samsung today announced a major update to its Bixby personal assistant service. Samsung calls Bixby 2.0 a "bold reinvention" of the platform that will be available not only on phones, but other smart devices, such as TVs, refrigerators, and speakers. Show More Summary
Samsung on Wednesday announced it is upgrading its Bixby digital assistant and making it available for a range of connected devices, setting up a clash with Amazon's Alexa and others competing for leadership in artificial intelligen...
Today at the Samsung Developer Conference 2017, Samsung announced Bixby 2.0 and a plan to bring the assistant to more devices.
To compete with the likes of Google Assistant and Amazon's Alexa, Samsung has to get its own version of a smart voice-powered assistant, Bixby, to as many devices as possible. It also needs to make Bixby work as well as its competitors, something Samsung has had trouble with since launch. Show More Summary
Samsung announced Bixby 2.0 this morning at the Samsung Developer Conference. The announcement focuses on the future of the platform and a plan for it to be more open and accessible to developers, as well as to new device categories....Show More Summary
Samsung wants Bixby to power your smart home, and it has a Chromecast-like dongle to make it happen. The company unveiled an experimental dongle prototype called Project Ambience that turns "dumb" appliances and gadgets into Bixby-enabled smart home accessories. SEE ALSO: Samsung's Bixby assistant's next stop is... Show More Summary
It was only a matter of time: Samsung's Bixby assistant isn't confined to just phones anymore. The company will soon bring its digital assistant to appliances, starting with its own refrigerators and smart TVs. Samsung is also working...Show More Summary
Along with unveiling its Bixby 2.0 digital assistant, the company says it's working on a project to make dumb products Internet-connected.
Smart home control has been the surprising killer app for voice assistants, and at Samsung Developer Conference 2017 today Samsung announced a new version of Bixby which is set to tie together their disparate Internet of Things efforts. Show More Summary
Samsung today announced its AI assistant Bixby will begin to incorporate Viv Labs technology for third-party integrations. Viv was acquired by Samsung a year ago for about $215 million. Before Viv, co-creators Adam Cheyer and Dag Kittlaus also made Siri before it was acquired by Apple. “Bixby 2.0 will be available on a variety of devices […]
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. will reportedly release an updated version of its digital assistant at its developer conference this week. The South Korean company will unveil Bixby 2.0, the next version of its artificial intelligence assistant on Oct. Show More Summary