During the developer conference, Samsung unveiled its plans for its line of home appliances.
The South Korean giant wants to expand the Tizen operating system to include more home devices and also provide them with more artificial intelligence-based features.
Integrating AI into small devices can be difficult
Samsung chose the platform of its developer conference to announce its desire to expand the Tizen operating system to include more devices for the home. The brand also intends to include AI in more home appliances so that they are “smarter”.
However, integrating this technology can be difficult, as smaller home devices may not have the computing power needed to incorporate technology such as AI.
But according to Samsung’s recent announcement, the company has found the solution in Home AI Edge technology. This is all because home devices with low computing power can use Home AI Edge to request AI services that will use more powerful CPUs to carry out the requests made.
All requests continue to be served on local devices
In practice, the solution would allow the smaller, less powerful device to ask another, more powerful device to fulfill the request made by the user.
According to Samsung, the Home AI Edge has another advantage. All required AI services will be implemented locally. In other words, Home IA Edge will only use the user’s equipment and all order processing will take place outside the cloud.
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