Samsung has unveiled its own generative AI model, Samsung Gauss, at the Samsung AI Forum 2023 in Seoul. Named after the renowned mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss, whose work underpins AI and machine learning, Samsung Gauss is set to revolutionize how we interact with technology.

Developed by Samsung Research, Gauss comprises three distinct components: Samsung Gauss Language, Samsung Gauss Code, and Samsung Gauss Image.

Samsung Gauss Language is a powerful language model designed to understand natural language and assist users in various tasks. Similar to OpenAI's ChatGPT, it can improve productivity by aiding in email composition, document editing, report generation, and language translation. Samsung plans to integrate this language model into its devices, making them even smarter and more intuitive.

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Samsung Gauss Code focuses on software development, enabling developers to write code efficiently. Paired with code.i, a code assistant, Gauss Code streamlines the coding process and supports code description and test case generation through an interactive interface.

Samsung Gauss Image is tailored for image generation and editing. It can enhance image quality, apply different styles, and even convert low-resolution images into high-resolution ones. This feature is poised to revolutionize image editing and manipulation.

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While Samsung Gauss is currently limited to internal use, the company has plans to make it available to the public in the near future. Samsung aims to incorporate this generative AI model into its upcoming products, with speculations that the flagship Galaxy S24, expected to launch in January 2024, will be among the first to feature Gauss-powered capabilities.

To prioritize user data security and privacy, all three generative models can operate entirely on-device, safeguarding sensitive information. Samsung has also established an AI Red Team to oversee security and privacy concerns, ensuring ethical and secure AI usage.