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AI Technology Makes Self-Healing PCs a Reality | Dell

Dell Blog – 2.25.24 (2.23.24)

When was the last time your day got totally derailed by a seemingly minor issue—a car that wouldn’t start, a stumble on the stairs, a PC running slow? Those things you never give a second thought can wreak havoc when there’s an unexpected problem. Suddenly, you’re scrambling for a rideshare, hobbling around on a sprained ankle and missing a proposal deadline.

Source: AI Technology Makes Self-Healing PCs a Reality | Dell

New One UI 6.1 Update Brings Galaxy AI to More Galaxy Devices

Samsung Newsroom – 2..25.24 (2.21.24)

Samsung Electronics has announced the availability of Galaxy AI1 features on more Galaxy devices through a new One UI 6.1 update engineered to further the democratization of mobile AI. The update will be available across the Galaxy S23 series, S23 FE, Z Fold5, Z Flip5, as well as Tab S9 Ultra, Tab S9+ and Tab S9 starting in late March. Aligning with the recently launched Galaxy S24 series, this update elevates the standard of users’ mobile AI experience through a hybrid approach that combines on-device and cloud-based AI.

Source: New One UI 6.1 Update Brings Galaxy AI to More Galaxy Devices

Samsung Presents Galaxy AI Vision at MWC 2024 With Latest Products and Services

Samsung Newsroom – 2.25.24

Samsung Electronics will unleash new mobile experiences with Galaxy AI at Mobile World Congress 2024, which kicks off today in Barcelona, Spain. Visitors to the Samsung booth will experience Galaxy AI hands-on across all Galaxy products, centered around Galaxy S24 series which leads the way into a new era of mobile AI. Galaxy AI1 will also be expanded across the Samsung portfolio, including more intelligent productivity with Galaxy Book4 series, intelligent health with Galaxy Watch6 series, and Galaxy Ring which is being publicly displayed for the first time.

Source: Samsung Presents Galaxy AI Vision at MWC 2024 With Latest Products and Services

Gemini image generation got it wrong. We’ll do better.

Google Blog – 2.25.24

Three weeks ago, we launched a new image generation feature for the Gemini conversational app (formerly known as Bard), which included the ability to create images of people.

It’s clear that this feature missed the mark. Some of the images generated are inaccurate or even offensive. We’re grateful for users’ feedback and are sorry the feature didn’t work well.

We’ve acknowledged the mistake and temporarily paused image generation of people in Gemini while we work on an improved version.

Source: Gemini image generation got it wrong. We’ll do better.

Explore Galaxy AI on Try Galaxy App, Now Available to Samsung Galaxy Users

Samsung Newsroom – 2.23.24

The era of mobile AI has come, and early adopters are already riding the waves of the latest innovation. To fuel the conversation, Samsung has made significant updates to the Try Galaxy app to offer Live Translate, Chat Assist, Note Assist, Photo Assist and Circle to Search with Google — so that those still on the fence can experience Galaxy AI without changing phones.

Source: Explore Galaxy AI on Try Galaxy App, Now Available to Samsung Galaxy Users

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