Samsung has already revealed that it will take the wraps off its new ‘The Frame’ and ‘Serif TV’ series at the upcoming CES 2019 conference. Now, the South Korean tech firm has confirmed the AI-based innovations (or projects) that it will be showcasing at the time of the conference.
The company’s C-Labs projects will be revealing as many as eight new AI projects namely Tisplay, aiMo, MEDEO, PRISMIT, Perfume Blender, Girin Monitor Stand, alight and SnailSound.
Tisplay: in-video virtual ad service
aiMo: ASMR sound recording solution
MEDEO: instant video making service
PRISMIT: AI news analysis service
Perfume Blender: a custom perfume making service
Girin Monitor Stand: a auto-adjusting monitor
alight: AI desk light
SnailSound: a hearing assistant solution
Samsung claims that this will be for the first time ever that it will be revealing so many projects ever since CES 2016. “This will help to refine the projects and prepare the prototypes that will eventually become finished products to take to market,” adds the firm.
Samsung adds that in addition to the aforementioned projects, eight new startups that have been spun off from Samsung C-Lab, will be showcasing their newly released commercial products. These startups include MOPIC, LINKFLOW, lululab, WELT, Cooljamm company, MONIT, BLUEFEEL and analogue plus.
The new AI-based projects will be showcased from January 8 through 11 at CES 2019 Eureka Park.
Talking about CES 2019, in a recent report by Variety, it was revealed that Samsung’s upcoming ‘The Frame’ and ‘SERIF TV’ series might be the first to come with inbuilt Google Assistant support. This will be the first-ever third-party assistant integration by Samsung.
For those unaware, earlier this year Samsung added its own voice assistant Bixby to its 2018 TVs. But as Variety points out, this integration is fairly limited as Bixby cannot open or control third-party apps.