Google wants to offer its AI functions to other Android devices and is therefore entering into new collaborations.
Google has several ways to make money including licensing its own software And that’s exactly the plan that’s already being pursued for artificial intelligence tools, as Google and Qualcomm have now jointly announced on the public stage.
As a result, Google’s various AI functions are no longer exclusively offered on Pixel smartphones, but are also available on other devices. “One of the first generative AI models you’ll see running on Snapdragon comes from none other than Google,” It was said at the event
Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 is likely to support Google AI
“Over the past few months, Google’s researchers have been working to distill their massive next-generation language models to fit on a mobile device,” and run on the new Qualcomm chipset’s Hexagon NPU.
In this case it was about the new Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, which will soon be in Xiaomi 14 smartphones and Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra. I am counting on the availability of new AI functions in Gmail, Gboard and Google Recorder