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Samsung’s Bixby Wants To Clone Your Voice With AI – Review Geek

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Then answer phone calls when you can’t.

Person holding the back of Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra in green
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Samsung’s voice assistant, Bixby, might not be as popular as Google Assistant, Siri or Alexa, but upcoming features could help change that. Soon, users will be able to let Bixby clone their voice with AI and answer calls automatically.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is appearing everywhere, and now Samsung wants to harness that power to help users do more with their smartphones. More specifically, a new Bixby update available in Korea and soon to be rolled out to more regions will improve Bixby with several new text and calling features.

For starters, Samsung’s “Bixby Text Call” feature is rolling out to more regions. English users can now answer a call by typing a response, and Bixby will do the rest and answer the call, relaying that information in a generic voice.

However, this is also where the AI ​​is starting to come into play. That’s because soon, Bixby will allow users to record multiple sentences, then analyze that information and let AI create a custom user voice and tone to answer calls. Oh really.

AI and Bixby will answer phone calls when needed, sound like you, and relay any information you want to share when you can’t physically answer the phone. It will be available through the Bixby Custom Voice Creator app on the Galaxy S23 series and could eventually roll out to more devices later on.

Google Duplex does something similar, which can answer robocalls, make dinner reservations, and things of that nature, but not while using an AI-simulated voice. At least not yet.

Samsung also confirmed that users can create a custom Bixby activation phrase, making the assistant better than ever. For now, Bixby’s new AI-powered phone answering tool is only available in Korea, but more regions and languages ​​will be supported later. More importantly, Samsung plans to make AI voice models available for other apps.

Source: Samsung


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