Samsung introduced its generative AI model, Samsung Gauss, during the Samsung AI Forum. The tool is named after renowned mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss, known for his contributions to normal distribution theory. Samsung aims to leverage the AI capabilities of this model for the betterment of users’ lives globally. Currently, the tool has been launched internally, as announced at the annual Samsung AI Forum held in Seoul, organized by Samsung Research and Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology since 2017.
Here are some details about the tool:
- Developed by Samsung Research Wing: The tool, named Gauss AI, has been developed by Samsung Research Wing. Initially, Gauss AI is being used internally to enhance employee productivity, and later, the company plans to use it for product functionalities.
- Components of Gauss AI 3: Samsung’s Gauss AI is composed of three components—Samsung Gauss Language, Samsung Gauss Code, and Samsung Gauss Image.
- Samsung Gauss Language: This component aims to assist in tasks such as email structuring, document summarization, and translation.
- Samsung Gauss Code: The goal of this component is to streamline coding for the company, enabling the creation of better software in less time. Developers are expected to benefit from this model.
- Samsung Gauss Image: This component is adept at generating and editing images, capable of transforming style changes, modifications, and low-resolution images into high-resolution ones. It works on both cloud-based and on-device applications.
Samsung envisions using Gauss AI to contribute significantly to various aspects of its operations, from coding efficiency to language processing and image manipulation.