Apple has generated tremendous interest with its new A11 Bionic chipset, and Google has added Pixel Visual Core as a new term.

Huawei and Mate 10 were even more involved in this company, leaving the marketing slang aside, the truth is that artificial intelligence is entering the mobile market and a company like Samsung just can not afford to lag behind.

That’s why the South Korean giant obviously is already preparing its own neural processor, which will be part of the new generation Exynos chipsets used in the new flagship devices.

Samsung is already investing a lot of money in China’s DeePhi Tech Artificial Intelligence Company, whose technology for neural networks is already used by names like Amazon, MediaTek and others.

DeePhi Tech specializes in Algorithms that feature machine learning and increased interactivity. It is also expected that the Exynos 9810, which will power the Galaxy S9 next spring, will have a similar chipset.

The news comes shortly after Qualcomm has already announced its Snapdragon Neural Processing Engine, so competition in the industry will only get stronger.

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