Samsung has introduced a new feature for its Bixby cellular assistant that creates an AI-generated copy of a person’s voice to answer calls. The brand new “Customized Voice Creator” lets customers report completely different sentences for Bixby to analyze and create an AI-generated copy of their tone and voice. Sadly, the feature is at the moment solely out there in Korean on Galaxy S23 collection units.
The feature is designed to allow you to use your AI-generated voice to answer cellphone calls for you whenever you’re unable to. For example, should you can’t answer a cellphone name, you could possibly use the brand new feature to kind out a sentence that will probably be learn out to the caller in your voice. Samsung says it plans to make the feature suitable with different Samsung capabilities past cellphone calls sooner or later.
Samsung additionally introduced that its Bixby Textual content Name feature, which transforms voice calls into written textual content, now helps calls in English. The feature initially launched final yr in Korean and lets customers answer calls by typing a message that Bixby will then learn out loud to the caller. Textual content Name can even transcribe what the caller says. The feature may be accessed on Galaxy S23 units, the Z Fold 4 and the Z Flip 4.
As well as, the corporate says it’s rolling the power for customers to customise Bixby’s wake-up phrase into no matter they need. The voice assistant can now additionally play music relying on the sort of train that is taking part in on Samsung Well being.
“Now, Bixby can higher perceive intent and course of follow-up requests by understanding context and associating phrases beforehand utilized in interactions,” the corporate wrote in a weblog put up. “For instance, Bixby customers can first launch a exercise on Samsung Well being after which ask Bixby to play music that most accurately fits that train by saying “Play music for this exercise.”
Samsung additionally introduced that it has expanded the issues that Bixby can do offline, resembling setting a timer, taking a screenshot or turning on the flashlight.