The Expo highlighted ‘Artificial Intelligence for All’

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Various artificial intelligence technologies have been showcased at the Appliance and Electronics World Expo 2024 held in Shanghai between Thursday and Sunday.

These include model TVs like Chat GPT, AI refrigerators that promote both freshness and energy efficiency, gadgets that improve sleep quality and warn of diseases, and robots that can do everything from playing chess to cleaning floors. Able to do things.

With the rapid development of chip and AI models, all home appliances deserve to be “reshaped” with AI, industry giants Hisense and Samsung have said.

AWE, Asia’s largest home appliance show, is held in Shanghai every year. This year it built 14 halls with a record high exhibition space of 160,000 square meters.

This is the first AWE in which AI technology is more than just words.

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Visitors inspect the new AI TVs at Hisense’s booth.

Hisense: The AI ​​model to reshape the entire TV industry

At AWE 2024, Hisense has showcased a Chinese-language AI model, the first of its kind in the TV industry.

It includes text-to-image, text-to-video and an AI assistant to help users easily find the content they want to watch.

In its new ULED X TVs, AI is also used to improve picture quality and automatically fit angles.

The rapid development of AI technology is bringing unprecedented opportunities to the TV industry.

“All the experience of the big screen can be used to reshape AI,” said Li Wei, president of Hisense Visual Technology.

Hisense has overtaken Samsung to become the world’s No. 2 TV maker with annual sales of around 26 million units.

Its overseas revenue is expected to grow 13% in 2023 and will accelerate growth this year in markets such as Japan and Europe, driven by core technologies such as AI, 8K and laser TV.

The latest rollable laser TV model, which can be combined with a separate flat screen, also debuted at AWE.

Hisense’s latest 110-inch laser TV model with an 8K resolution display also has built-in screen sound, catering to home theater lovers with eye-safe and energy-saving features.

The new design can fit more easily into Chinese households and can be moved from different rooms and living spaces to suit different decor styles.

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Samsung: AI for everyone

At the AWE booth, a giant display “wall” showcases the South Korea-based giant’s ambitions for AI. Samsung includes AI-enabled appliances from smartphones, TVs, refrigerators and washing machines, which can be connected and controlled wirelessly.

Samsung’s new washing machine is equipped with AI “Bubble Clean” technology that selects the most suitable water and cleaning liquid ratio. The new AI SmartDry feature analyzes the moisture content of the load to optimize the drying cycle.

Samsung’s AI refrigerators ensure both freshness and energy efficiency, while the Samsung 8K TV uses its own AI chip to improve picture quality and provide consumers with vivid colors and viewing experiences.

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Yunmi aims to adopt AI to improve elderly care and sleep quality.

Yunmi: AI for the elderly

Yunmi, a smart home system provider, launched AI home appliances to detect health and diseases in the growing aging group market in China.

These include “smart beds” to detect and improve sleep quality and air conditioners that automatically adjust to the environment and specific needs.

The spotlight AI heart monitoring radar is the Alpha X. It features ultra-wideband frequency scanning, while integrating AI deep learning algorithms, which can remotely capture real-time heart/thorax micro-movement frequency.

It supports real-time monitoring of critical beds, whole-home monitoring of seniors living alone, daily monitoring of seniors in next-door rooms, and residential monitoring for travel, as well as daily cardiovascular monitoring. .

Meanwhile, it can prevent infants and toddlers from covering their noses in their beds.

Yunmi Chief Executive Chen Xiaoping said Yunmi believes in adopting AI technology for senior care, an industry that has business opportunities alongside public welfare.

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A cleaning robot upgraded with AI to detect furniture, humans and pets.

Robot: Mopping the floor to play chess

In Hall E1, various cleaning robots include brands like Ecovacs, Tineco and Dreame.

It is noteworthy that domestic brands are growing rapidly globally. According to researcher GFK, in the fourth quarter, Dreame gained leading positions in European countries such as Germany and Italy.

Meanwhile, startup brand Tineco is present in the US market with footprints in Amazon and Walmart.

AI firm SenseTime showcased consumer-oriented gadgets at AWE, including a Go robot that brings AlaphGo versus human player experiences to families.

An AI-powered lamp for students also made its debut at AWE. It can automatically “focus the light” on books, and verbally alert the student to poor posture.

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A visitor is pitted against SenseTime’s chess robot.

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