VENDORiQ: Google’s Gemini Pro and Imagen 2 to be Deployed on Samsung S24 Series

Samsung is set to deploy Google's Gemini Pro and Imagen 2 on their new Galaxy S24 series smartphones, confirming IBRS's predictions about the future of human-technology interaction. Stay ahead of the curve and embrace the power of AI.

The Latest

January 2024: Samsung Galaxy S24 series debuts Google’s Gemini Pro and Imagen 2 on Vertex AI. Gemini powers text summarisation in Notes, Voice Recorder, and Keyboard, while Imagen 2 supports intuitive photo-editing features to Gallery. The smartphone series will also use Gemini Nano, an on-device LLM as part of the Android 14 operating system.

Why It’s Important

While there is some media excitement around so-called AI devices such as The Rabbit, it is far more likely that existing smartphone manufacturers and mobile operating systems will take on AI capabilities. Smartphones have not only dominated social media interaction but have also emerged as the primary platform for video streaming. In the same way, they will play a crucial role as the preferred platform for a significant portion of AI interaction. Voice activation will be the main way to control simple tasks, powered by chains of AI services, and conversational inquiry or search. This confirms IBRS’s predictions regarding the future of how people will interact with computers and information.

Who’s Impacted

  • AI teams
  • App Developers

What’s Next?

Businesses must be ready for the integration of AI-powered employees. This is not just through the tools provided by the organisation, but the ubiquitous devices in their pockets. Staff can record, transcribe, and summarise conversations in real time. They can also synthesise large amounts of information, instantly recognise people with wearable cameras connected to their smartphones, and create background dossiers to inform interactions. However, none of these make the bold assumption that such services will be error-free or even aid in productivity. Still, they will be disruptive to how people will work and live, and not the stuff of science fiction. These services will be delivered before countries and firms have addressed them.

Related IBRS Advisory

1. The Future Of Conversational AI In The Enterprise

2. Beyond Composable Technology – Why Fourth-Wave ICT Is The Future

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