Samsung, LG to showcase latest AI, IoT products at CES
SEOUL-- Samsung Electronics Co. and LG Electronics Inc., South Korea's top two tech firms, said Monday that they will showcase a wide range of products powered by Internet-of-Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies at a U.S. tech fair slated for later this week.
This year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES), under the slogan of "The Future of Smart Cities" will officially kick off on Tuesday (local time) in Las Vegas,
In a media event, Samsung Electronics said its products will bring meaningful change to consumers' everyday lives. The company is actively promoting its AI-based virtual assistant Bixby which is making its way into a wide range of products ranging from smartphone to home appliances.
The company will also showcase a mobile application processor (AP) with enhanced features for multi-tasking as well as artificial-intelligence platforms, which can potentially be used on the presumed Galaxy S9 smartphone.
The Exynos 9 (9810) is based on second-generation 10-nanometer FinFET technology, and is optimized for premium smart devices as it boasts the industry's most advanced long-term evolution (LTE) network modem.
The company's smaller rival LG Electronics, meanwhile, is to showcase various AI-based platform and products under the slogan of "Innovation for a Better Life."
The AI platform, dubbed DeepThinQ 1.0, supports voice and video recognition, as well as other top-notch AI technologies, which can potentially be applied to all products from home appliances to mobile devices in the future, the company said.
Various electronics products and home appliances based on DeepThinQ will be showcased at the CES, allowing visitors to experience what it would be like living in future kitchen and laundry room, the company said.
LG said consumers will be able to manage smart appliances easily by just downloading the free LG SmartThinQ app onto Android or iOS device, the company said.
Source: Yonhap News Agency