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Make some space: Bixby’s here now

Looking at the future of voice-based technology, Samsung has come up with Bixby. The South Korean giant plans to launch its virtual assistant with the new Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphone. This technology will help make the human–technology communication more interactive in the coming future.

For now, all the focus rests on Bixby as it is considered to be the heart of the Samsung smartphones software and services. Speaking of the future, the pace at which Samsung is heading towards the artificial intelligence technology proves that Bixby is going to have a successful future ahead.

Samsung’s voice-assisted digital technology renders to be a tough competition for the others working on the artificial intelligence as well. Samsung has given its smartphone Galaxy S8 an option of activating Bixby by just pressing a button provided on the side of the phone which is connected to a number of bots or voice control agents. This app at present connects to only some unspecified number of apps that come along with the Galaxy S8 phone.
Things are getting simpler and easier don’t you think. Bixby lets you access apps present in the phone by just a finger tap. It can understand context and also keep a track of where you go and what you have been doing in a particular app and act accordingly. Samsung has created a user-friendly app which doesn’t require any specific statements or commands to respond instead the user will be able to interact with more freely and naturally than any other voice agents working in the market today. Bixby gives a whole new experience to the voice-based technology.
Samsung is going to let Bixby access a number of apps in the coming future, but anyway, this is just a promise. South Korean giant is anticipated to make a buzz in the market where Apple’s Siri, Amazon’s Alexa, IBM’s Watson, Google’s Google Assistant, and Microsoft’s Cortana have already proved themselves. Looking at them, Google, Microsoft, and Facebook are also trying their luck at developing an automated text-based feature for their messaging apps.
Hurry up! Bixby’s here, hit the market as soon as possible for a new experience altogether.

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