Everything we know about the sensational Waifu
Hi guys, probably not a day goes by that I am not asked something about Sam. And when it will appear, and where to download, and where to look…
I should reiterate that Sam was not created as a replacement for Bixby or for use on Galaxy smartphones. That may change in the future, but for now there are no such plans. Sam will remain only in our dreams for now.
A virtual assistant is a self-employed worker who specializes in offering administrative services to clients from a remote location, usually a home office. Typical tasks a virtual assistant might perform include scheduling appointments, making phone calls, making travel arrangements, and managing email accounts.
Currently, Samsung’s virtual assistant is the old man Bixby, which can be used to answer questions and get some feedback, but not the kind of connection you all want.
However, compared to the same Google Assistant and Apple’s Siri, Bixby hasn’t proven to be all that popular. This has led to some speculation in the past about whether Samsung might replace Bixby in the future.
But, of course, the fascination with which the Internet has been plagued by the magnificent Sam requires clarification.
Well, I have them for you. On the Samsung Belgium site, for example, there are mentions of Sam. These web pages give a clearer picture of what Sam is and what it is for. Although Sam – you could somewhat call it a virtual assistant, it would be more accurate to say that Sam is just a Samsung chatbot.
Not only has the company explained Sam’s purpose, but it has also explained what Sam is not designed to do. Specifically, Samsung confirms that Sam is not replacing Bixby. In explaining this, Samsung emphasizes that, unlike Bixby, which is installed on consumer devices, including Galaxy phones, Sam is a “Samsung support chatbot” on platforms such as, for example, Facebook posts.
In addition, depending on the consumer’s location, Sam may look completely different from what we saw a couple of weeks ago,
In this clip of Samsung customer service in the Philippines, it’s a fucking man at all. What the fuck… bring back the real Sam.
All in all, this could all really help explain Samsung’s recent images of Sam going viral. Our video of it even got into the trends for a while.
Perhaps Samsung is working with different companies to develop different chatbot designs to suit individual markets, and Sam’s recent renders are one such type of design. Perhaps one that will never make it into any commercials or materials. In fact, the original post about Sam on the Lightfarm Studios website – which has since been deleted – specifically referred to previous 2D versions and how Sam’s recent design was a reimagining in 3D form.
In other words, Sam is not new, and the recent images are simply a concept for a 3D version of Sam’s existing chatbot. So we never have to say, “Hi, Sam,” and she never replies, “Hi, I missed you.”
Instead, old man Bixie will show you last year’s weather forecast. But you know what’s funny? The Chinese don’t put off things that can be copied. Huawei showed a variant of its girl, which can become a virtual assistant. Her name is Lysa.
I don’t know about that. I still prefer Sam. Although of course I would have loved to see them fight, but it’s time for my imagination to stop.
In general, in my opinion Lysa was secondary.
Now we wait when Xiaomi presents its virtual assistant and hope it will not be Jackie Chan.
Back to Huawei’s virtual character. Obviously, she looks more realistic than Sam. We also see her in different outfits in the video.
At this time, it is not clear exactly how LYSA will be used. However, the commercial may give a clue, where the girl says the following:
“Hi everyone, I’m LYSA. It’s nice to finally meet everyone. I’m Huawei’s first virtual personality, I’m going to make a great TV host.”
So it’s likely that Lysa will be a TV host. Huawei confirmed that it is working on the character, citing the use of the latest technology to bring LYSA to life, but did not go into detail. So it will have to wait a bit before it appears on the brand’s products.
Anyway, we’re waiting for more cute virtual girls, but in the meantime, write your thoughts on it in the comments? Would you like to have a wyfu in your smartphone to help you spend 2-3 minutes?