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‘GPT’-based domestic search solution installed in Samsung Web browser

‘GPT’-based domestic search solution installed in Samsung Web browser

(Photo = Liner)

Samsung Electronics’ mobile app can be equipped with a domestic search solution based on ‘ChatGPT’.

Artificial intelligence (AI) startup Liner (CEO Kim Jin-woo) announced on the sixth that it has released ‘Liner Co-Pilot’, which might use the extension function of the Samsung Web browser.

‘Liner Co-Pilot’ developed by this company is an interactive search service that has evolved the prevailing ‘Liner AI’. It was developed by combining generative artificial intelligence (AI) technology, including ‘GPT-4’, large language model (LLM), and user databases from 160 countries.

Specifically, it has been upgraded based on the generative AI search service and content collected and explored through liner curation by 10 million users world wide.

Liner Co-Pilot is currently the one GPT service available in Samsung applications. Within the technique of browsing information on the mobile web, you need to use functions akin to ▲highlighting necessary contents ▲summarizing key parts of the page ▲explaining long sentences easily ▲translating into other languages. One other advantage is you could use it only by installing an extension function within the Samsung Web browser, which is installed in Samsung smartphones.

Samsung Electronics reviewed Microsoft’s introduction of ‘Bing Chat’ search service earlier this 12 months on account of the problem of web browser market share. Nevertheless, on account of its relationship with Google, it stopped reviewing the introduction of Bing Chat, which is predicated on ChatGPT, and as a substitute introduced an answer from Liner, a domestic company.

The liner solution is in the shape of an extension program and has the advantage of being usable without touching the prevailing search box.

As well as, Rainer’s release of Samsung Web browser extensions was built on an ongoing partnership with Samsung. Liner was chosen as C-Lab, Samsung Electronics’ in-house startup incubation program in 2018, and since then, the LINER for Samsung app has ranked first within the Galaxy Store.

This relationship led to the registration of the ‘highlighting’ function as an official extension of the Samsung application in 2021. This time, Microsoft (MS) plans to strengthen its effectiveness by adding an AI assistant to the Samsung browser in the identical vein as when it installed ‘Co-Pilot’ in Windows 11.

Liner plans to create more synergy with Samsung with the launch of Co-Pilot. Currently, Samsung’s Galaxy ranks second in global smartphone market share as of the primary quarter, and Samsung Web, together with Google’s Chrome and Safari, constitutes the highest three mobile browsers.

As well as, it’s explained that it is going to help expand the market share of Samsung Web browser by adding Liner Co-Pilot, which has recorded greater than 40 million GPT calls as of last May.

Kim Jin-woo, CEO of Liner, said, “We’re very joyful to have ‘Liner Co-Pilot’ installed within the default browser as Samsung’s first GPT service.” We’ll proceed to update the service,” he said.

Reporter Juyoung Lee juyoung09@aitimes.com


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