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Samsung Unveils ChatGPT Alternative Called Gauss

The generative AI model can create text, code and images.



samsung unveils chatgpt alternative called gauss

Samsung has unveiled its own generative AI model, known as Samsung Gauss. The ChatGPT rival has been developed by the company’s research division, and is named after mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss, a pioneer of AI and machine learning.

The new tool will consist of three distinct elements:

  • Samsung Gauss Language
  • Samsung Gauss Code
  • Samsung Gauss Image

Gauss Language is a large language model that functions much like ChatGPT. The tool can understand human language and answer questions while also helping users write and edit emails, translate languages, and summarize text documents. Samsung plans to incorporate Gauss Language into its range of smartphones, tablets, and laptops to increase productivity.

Gauss Code is a tool that will help developers to write code more quickly. Samsung explained that the AI model will support “code description and test case generation through an interactive interface”.

Gauss Image, as the name suggests, is an image generation and editing tool that can also be used for tasks such as creating high-resolution images from older, low-resolution copies.

Samsung has revealed that Gauss is already being used internally by staff and will be available to public users “in the near future”. In addition, the tech company has created an AI Red Team to monitor potential AI security, privacy, and ethical issues.

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“We will continue to support and collaborate with the industry and academia on generative AI research,” said Daehyun Kim, executive vice president of the Samsung Research Global AI Center, at the AI forum.

Samsung’s generative AI announcement comes seven months after the company issued a temporary ban on the tools for company-owned devices — including ChatGPT and Google Bard — after a serious internal data leak earlier in 2023.


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Hamad International Wins 2024 Skytrax World Airport Awards

The Qatar airport also won “World’s Best Airport Shopping” for the 2nd time, and “Best Airport in the Middle East” for the 10th year.



hamad international wins 2024 skytrax world airport awards

Hamad International Airport (DOH) in Doha, Qatar, has once again won the “World’s Best Airport” title at the Skytrax World Airport Awards. The award ceremony, held at the Passenger Terminal Expo 2024 in Frankfurt, Germany, also saw Hamad clinch the accolade of “World’s Best Airport Shopping” for the 2nd time in a row and “Best Airport in the Middle East” for an impressive 10th consecutive year.

Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive Officer, Eng. Badr Mohammed Al-Meer, who played a key role in the airport’s development over the past decade, said: “This is a remarkable achievement for Hamad International Airport, as it celebrates its 10th anniversary of operational excellence, connecting passengers seamlessly from all around the world. It is a testament to the dedication of our team and partners, who have contributed to providing passengers with the finest travel experience”.

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Al-Meer emphasized the importance of understanding changing travel trends and the needs of modern air passengers: “At the heart of our growth strategy lies the passengers’ journey, their evolving needs, and our commitment to meeting and exceeding their expectations. We have introduced a diverse range of experiences at the airport, including Souq Al Matar, which brings Qatari hospitality and culture closer to travelers, “Orchard”, the ideal place for relaxation and rejuvenation between flights, and an array of high-end lounges”.

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Hamad International Airport saw a massive 31% surge in passenger traffic during 2023, with the transport hub now serving over 45 million passengers annually. The airport is now home to prestigious airlines, including Vistara, Iberia, Xiamen Airlines, Garuda Indonesia, and Japan Airlines, serving 250+ destinations for passenger and cargo flights.

The uptick in traffic is no doubt due to the completion of the first phase of an extensive expansion project. Hamad’s management intends to radically update the airport’s facilities over the coming years in a bid to create the “airport of the future”. The expansion features a unique and calming environment of lush greenery and several contemporary dining and shopping concepts among the already well-equipped leisure facilities.

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