New era for Samsung: Smart home technology & Galaxy Note 8

April Slattery for CBR Online:  Samsung is planning to add more smart features to home appliances by 2020, including artificial intelligence (AI) and voice recognition.

The South Korean tech giant wants to create a full smart home environment by adding enhanced connectivity between individual appliances across its existing smart home devices in order to establish a connected platform.

Samsung will enhance connectivity using more advanced AI and voice recognition, a connecting platform and a cloud stack. Integrating smart functions in all consumer electronics by 2020 will achieve Samsung’s aim to enhance user experience of individual applications within a smart home environment.

It is hoped that Artificial Intelligence will increase the effectiveness of products like the ‘noiseless air conditioning’, which will operate based on AI knowledge and environment-related data analysis to operate the correct function according to the user needs.

To enhance smart homes further, Samsung wants to expand the use of Samsung Connect across multiple appliances. Currently, the technology offers Wi-Fi router and SmartSynth hub that connects 130 devices able to link with SmartSys and effectively provides Wi-Fi across every room.  Full Article:

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