Samsung Opens Its Bixby Assistant to Developers
Samsung today said it is redesigning Bixby to be a scalable AI platform. The most important part of this change means developers will soon have access to the AI-assisted Bixby. Samsung plans to release an SDK with associated APIs to developers so they may integrate Bixby into their own apps. This will make Bixby more useful and more powerful on mobile devices. Samsung hopes to expand Bixby to more devices as well, such as refrigerators, TVs, and speakers. Samsung said Bixby is expanding the number of supported languages by five, which should greatly increase the number of people who can use Bixby. Bixby is installed on most of Samsung's newer devices. On the latest Galaxy S and Note series, Bixby has a dedicated hardware button. Samsung didn't immediately say when the SDK will be available to developers, though it did introduce the Bixby Studio, which is what contains all the needed tools. Samsung shared the news at its annual developer conference.
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