According to Korean media etnews, Miyoung Yu, vice president of Samsung Electronics’ home appliances division, announced at the IFA 2023 exhibition that Samsung Electronics will introduce Bixby-based generative AI functions in all home appliances next year.
Vice President Yoo predicts that home appliances will use artificial intelligence to expand services beyond basic performance, such as air conditioners that can automatically set the user’s preferred temperature, refrigerators that can not only store ingredients, but also determine the status and provide management suggestions.
If the plan goes well, Samsung Electronics home appliances are expected to adopt AI services not only in high-end product lines such as Bespoke, but also in entry-level product lines.
It is learned that Samsung Electronics plans to install its operating system “Tizen” in all products. In addition to being applied to large home appliances such as TVs, washing machines, and refrigerators, Samsung Electronics is also developing and installing lightweight products for small home appliances. Grade Tizen RT. The cumulative number of home appliances equipped with Tizen operating system exceeds 15 million units, and is expected to exceed 20 million by the end of the year.