May 7, 2023

Samsung has announced new updates to the Bixby plugin on its mobile phones that improve the user experience, performance and capabilities of the smart assistant.

The new updates, according to the company, provide significant improvements in Bixby’s ability to recognize the language, giving people greater control over their mobile experience.

With this feature, the smart assistant can simulate the user’s voice by recording some sentences with his voice, then the system, thanks to artificial intelligence technology, simulates the voice.

Recent updates to Samsung phones raise concerns about privacy, especially with the smart assistant’s ability to perform some common commands completely offline, the company said.

This includes setting a timer, taking a screenshot, and turning on the flashlight. AI-based voice dictation is also available when offline.

Bixby technology

In this context, Rana Al-Shalabi, a specialist in robotics and artificial intelligence, explains that “Bixby” is a technology that converts audio signals into digital signals in order to understand them, understand language patterns and the composition of audio patterns, analyze them and convert them into text, indicating that it did not reach the level of the existing “Siri” technology. in iPhones.

And she added, in an interview with “Al-Araby” from Istanbul, that Samsung has modernized this technology to remain present in the market and strongly, noting that the company introduced this technology for ease of use, communication and dealing.

Al-Shalabi explains that there is no technology that uses the Internet and data except that it will have gaps, which may be software or security gaps, speaking of concerns about user data through his words and texts that he writes because these things are stored on the servers of the companies that produce the systems.

The specialist in robotics and artificial intelligence concludes that the last update represented by the user recording his voice is dangerous if it is not protected.

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