One of the key points of the Samsung Galaxy S8 is the integrated artificial intelligence, which in this case has its own name and button: Bixby. However, as reported by The Wall Street Journal, the functions of Bixby speech recognition lag.
We already knew that Bixby was not going to arrive with voice features by its launch date, but they were expected to arrive by the end of May. It is now June, and according to sources close to the WSJ newspaper, the recognition of English could take at least until the end of June.
Bixby don’t understand
Apparently the reason why Bixby features in English are taking longer to arrive than expected is related to your ability to understand the language. According to WSJ sources, internal tests show that Bixby you are having trouble understanding English grammar and syntax.
Considering that English is not one of the languages with a more complicated grammar, it is not clear how this supposed inability of Bixby to learn languages can affect when we are still waiting for it to learn. Spanish. As a comparative note, the Google Assistant does not speak Spanish either – except in Allo – but at least it is quite adept with the language of Shakespeare.
Via | The Wall Street Journal
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