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Bixby 2.0 is open source, available on additional devices, and sounds more natural

Samsung announced Bixby 2.0 at its annual developer conference, and there’s a lot to talk about. Last week, a report surfaced with the claim that Samsung would be announcing a brand new version of Bixby on October 18 at its Samsung Developer Conference. October 18 is upon us, and wouldn’t you believe it, we’ve got some Bixby news to talk about. Samsung used its developer conference to formally announce Bixby 2.0, and while the core Bixby experience will remain the same for those using the assistant on the Galaxy S8,…

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An upgraded version of Bixby might be announced on October 18

Bixby 2.0 will reportedly offer deeper third-party integration and move the assistant beyond smartphones. Back in February, Samsung used its Galaxy S8 and S8+ to introduce Bixby to the world. Bixby has had a rocky life so far, but despite a delayed release in the United States and a lacking feature set from day one, the AI has actually progressed into something that’s not complete garbage. Samsung will be holding a developer conference in San Francisco on Wednesday, October 18, and according to a new report from The Korea Herald,…

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