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Samsung Announces New On-Device AI Technology

Samsung has a supreme dominance in the tech world and the company develops innovative features and researches in the technological area. The company not only makes smartphones but also many electronic appliances is very important to space in our day to day life, and the company is on the leader position every time because of its unimaginable delivery of innovation and new products.

Well, now the developers of the company have announced a new On-Device AI technology will offer faster and more energy efficient, the same will also take in less space on the chip. The company also uses few bits significantly reduce the number of computations and the hardware will carry them out, the company also claims that the same setup can achieve the same results 10x faster by reducing the number of transistors 40x to 120x.

Samsung Announces New On-Device AI Technology

The new On-Device AI of Samsung will allow NPUs faster and use less power which will carry out familiar activities like object recognition and the biometric authentication like a fingerprint, face recognition, and more, it can also serve complicated activity as well. Moreover, the new On-Device AI technology will give benefits to the cloud-based artificial intelligence and that means it will utilize the device modem power with low latency and great privacy too.

Samsung Announces New On-Device AI Technology

Talking about the availability, the electronics giant will bring this technology to mobile chipsets “in the near future” as well as other applications (e.g. smart sensors). You can read the complete details of the On-Device AI by heading over the link.

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