From CNET: Samsung on Wednesday debuted a new generative AI model called Gauss, its answer to ChatGPT and other similar AI tools, marking yet another sign that AI is going to play a big role in future tech products. Samsung employees are currently using Gauss, but the company says the tech will expand to future products.
Gauss, which was announced during Samsung's AI forum on Wednesday, consists of three parts: Gauss Language, Gauss Code and Gauss Image. The language portion can handle tasks like writing emails, summarizing documents and translation, according to Samsung's press release, which is similar to other AI helpers from companies like Google, Microsoft and OpenAI, the creator of ChatGPT. Samsung's AI coding tool was created for assisting with software development, while Gauss Image can generate and modify images and is likely intended for creative use.
Samsung named the model after the renowned German mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss, who lived during the late 18th and middle 19th centuries and is known for his influential work in number theory and geometry.
"Furthermore, the name reflects Samsung's ultimate vision for the models, which is to draw from all the phenomena and knowledge in the world in order to harness the power of AI to improve the lives of consumers everywhere," Samsung said in its announcement.
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