Samsung's "artificial man" Neon starts working in a bank (video)

Artificial intelligence is increasingly being used inEveryday life. Samsung at CES 2020, in January this year, presented the Neon project to create "artificial people" capable of working in the financial sector, in medicine, in trade and the information industry. The company is now demonstrating the first real-world use cases for an "artificial man" for service in a banking institution.

The appearance of the first working "artificialperson ”was implemented as part of the partnership program between Samsung and the oldest bank in Korea, Shinhan Bank. AI Neon will be used as a personal financial advisor and cashier for clients of one of Shinhan's bank branches.

The NEON Frame demo video fromSamsung is shown at the opening of Shinhan Bank Expace's new dedicated innovation center. NEON Frame is a device with NEON artificial human technology, large portrait screen, 4K vision sensor, LED status lights, Hi-Fi speakers and microphones, and a fingerprint reader to offer customers next-generation banking services. The device can also be equipped with additional functions that increase the functionality of the device, such as card readers, modules for contactless payments. NEON is powered by Samsung CORE R3 and SPECTRA technologies.

Samsung said NEON is not being created to replace people in the workplace, but to help bank employees and customers to improve work efficiency.

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