Samsung Acquires creator of Apple’s Siri
Technology giant Samsung recently made an official announcement of acquiring Viv Labs, a Silicon Valley based start-up launched by the same founders who sold Siri to Apple.
Viv has engineered a distinctive, open artificial intelligence (AI) based platform that allows third-party end developers having an access to build and integrate conversational Automated assistants that will help to integrate a natural language based interface into famous services and applications.
Samsung seems to rival Apple, Google, Amazon, Microsoft and Zuckerberg’s Jarvis Bot Assistant in the field of programming to learn and react in a responsive way likewise humans. The South Korean company, Samsung would be able to offer new high end services for its users, benefiting from this deal. The users will be provided with a digital assistant in their smartphones, offering them the most convenient suggestions and recommendations in response.
Viv was co-founded by Artificial Intelligence visionaries Adam Cheyer, Dag Kittlaus and Chris Brigham. They are now expected to Join Samsung and will offer their services for Samsung’s Mobile Communication Business.
Viva provides an enhanced form of natural language communication, machine learning capabilities and strategic collaboration that will enrich to form a broader service ecosystem. These are some key features of Viv, outranking them among the rest of AI-based services, Injong Rhee, CTO at Samsung Mobile Communication Business stated in his blog post.
As technology companies are pushing their Artificial Intelligence features to change the lifestyle tasks of people, consumers put their need to build a specific AI that matches their requirements of interaction with a type of technology that is more realistic, providing a personalized conversational experience to be the ultimate fit for their daily live schedule. Viv aims to develop a new and proprietary AI platform that allows this type of interaction to scale.
Viv’s latest platform also provides an access to developers to guide the system about creating new applications or to transform existing applications for use, designing a type of ecosystem of artificial intelligence that tends to get smarter and more professional every day.