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Neon is artificial intelligence “that wants to stop being artificial”…

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Neon is artificial intelligence “that wants to stop being artificial”…

It sounds like advertising for a science fiction movie like Blade Runner, but the so-called replicants that are the subject of the famous movie may be a reality, or at least that's how Neon is introducing himself to the world: “Have you ever met an artificial one? ”This is the slogan on official page Twitter from what he claims to be the “first artificial human”. Or rather, Samsung's next artificial intelligence product, which “has nothing to do with Bixby,” as another message on the account explains, or “anything else that ever came out.”

Attention is focused on the upcoming CES, and Samsung will be present with luggage full of “tech trinkets” to show. And Neon is one of them. But little or nothing is yet known about this new AI concept, but it is a technology from STAR Labs (Samsung Technology & Advanced Research).

The truth is that Neon already exists in all social networks, and several involved in the project have left cryptic messages, especially excited about the technology that will be presented at CES. Shekhar Kapur is an Indian creative guru and film director, and one of India's most respected figures who shared the message of Pranav Mistry, the mentor of Neon (and the team responsible for Bixby), saying that “finally, artificial intelligence that will leave you wondering which of you is real, ”added that it is an artificial intelligence that is no longer artificial.

These cryptic messages are piquing curiosity for social media enthusiasts. As the manufacturer prepares to throw the towel to Bixby's floor, seeing a new AI rise from the ashes. Eyes set next week for the official presentation of the artificial human.


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