Samsung Galaxy AI is now available in 16 languages

Samsung’s Galaxy AI has recently expanded its language capabilities to 16 languages. Global cooperation and partnerships with academic institutions made this significant achievement possible. A key player in this development was Samsung’s India-Bangalore Research Institute (SRI-B), the company’s largest research center outside of Korea.

According to Samsung, SRI-B led the development of the Hindi AI model, a challenging endeavor due to the language’s many dialects, tonal variations, and frequent mixing of English words. The team overcame this challenge by using a combination of translated and transliterated data along with the expertise of native linguists to ensure that the AI accurately captures the unique phonetic structure of Hindi.

The Vellore Institute of Technology played a crucial role in providing a huge amount of matched audio data, including spoken language, words, and commands, which was essential for incorporating Hindi, the fourth most popular language in the world, into Galaxy AI.

The joint effort has gone beyond India, with SRI-B working closely with other Samsung research centers around the world to bring Vietnamese, Thai, and Indonesian languages to the Galaxy AI platform. Galaxy AI’s advanced language support, available through features such as Live Translate, Interpreter, Note Assist, and Browsing Assist, allows users to improve their language skills even offline.

In related news, Samsung will hold its next Unpacked event on July 10 for several markets. The event is expected to feature several new devices, such as Galaxy Z Fold 6, Z Flip 6, Galaxy Watch 7, Galaxy Watch Ultra, Galaxy Buds 3 series, and Galaxy Ring. One of the highlights of the event will be that these devices are expected to offer an enhanced Galaxy AI experience, which was introduced with the Galaxy S24 series of smartphones earlier this year.

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