Apple is Heavily Invested In Generative AI While Samsung Seeks Help From Microsoft’s ChatGPT And Google’s Bard – Wccftech

It was recently reported that Apple is heavily investing in its own generative AI technology, which could see daylight by the end of next year. The technology is expected to come with iOS 18 as Apple works on a wide range of features that use generative AI. Apple CEO Tim Cook stated at its earnings call for the Q4 2023 fiscal year that the company is “investing quite a bit” in generative AI to compete against the industry giants. Samsung is also preparing to integrate generative AI technology in its Galaxy-branded devices as it seeks partnerships with Microsoft and Google.
Tim Cook states that the company has played with AI for years. From Fall detection on the Apple Watch and Live Voice in iOS 17, AI rests at the heart of these features. However, the company is integrating the technology further into applications for additional features. For instance, generative AI can offer a wide range of utilities in the Messages app as well as Siri.
When we shipped iOS 17, it included features like Personal Voice and Live Voicemail. AI is at the heart of these features. You can go all the way to the life-saving features on the watch and phone, like Fall Detection, Crash Detection, and ECG on the watch. These would not be possible without AI. We don’t label them as such, because we labeled them as to what their consumer benefit is, but the fundamental tech behind it is AI and machine learning.
Besides Apple, Samsung is also looking for partners to get generative AI working in its Galaxy-branded devices. According to Revegnus on X, Samsung has approached Microsoft and Google to implement OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Bard on the Galaxy devices. Samsung also believes that AI can help the company regain its original position in the market, which it lost to Apple in 10 years. While these are mere claims at this stage, it remains to be seen how the company will use the technology on the Galaxy S series of devices.
In order to surpass the iPhone, Samsung is considering partnering with Microsoft and Google to implement OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Google Bard on the Galaxy.
Samsung believes that if it succeeds in creating an AI smartphone, it will have a chance to regain the smartphone leadership…
— Revegnus (@Tech_Reve) November 5, 2023

Tim Cook also stated that the company will be careful and “responsible” with generative AI technology. This potentially means the technology would be tamed and controlled concerning user data and privacy. Furthermore, he also states that the company will roll out features over time. We have previously covered what features we should expect from generative AI on the iPhone. Note that these are mere speculation as the final word rests with Apple.
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