Samsung Electronics has announced last week that it will exhibit 8 innovative new projects related to Artificial Intelligence, developed from its Creative Lab (C-Lab) program. The company will showcase their all innovative projects at CES 2019, January 8 to 11, in Eureka Park, Las Vegas, NV. 8 start-ups, in addition, which has been spun off from C-Lab will demonstrate their recently released commercial products at CES 2019 to explore new business opportunities.
The 8 new C-Lab projects include an in-video virtual ad service ‘Tisplay’, an instant video-making service ‘MEDEO’, an ASMR sound recording solution ‘aiMo’, an AI news analysis service ‘PRISMIT’, an auto-adjusting monitor ‘Girin Monitor Stand’, a custom perfume making service ‘Perfume Blender’, an AI desk light ‘alight’, and a hearing assistant solution ‘SnailSound’. C-Lab, at CES 2019, will launch the largest number of projects it has ever divulged in a single event since its CES debut in the year 2016. It can assist to refine the projects and prepare the prototypes that will ultimately become finished products to take to market. Vice President and Head of the Creativity & Innovation Center at Samsung Electronics, Inkuk Hahn stated that his company will present promising C-Lab projects leveraging AI tech in Video Content creation space, perfume making and more. Hahn further added that these are intensely related to everyone’s daily lives and the company hopes to grasp the eyes of attendees.
For these projects, 8 startups that have been spun off from the Samsung C-Lab include MOPIC, WELT, LINKFLOW, lululab, Cooljamm Company, MONIT, BlueFeel, and analogue plus will partake at CES 2019. C-Lab originated in December 2012, is an in-house idea incubation program, which supports a creative corporate culture and nurtures innovative ideas from Samsung staffs. The program encourages the development of ideas from all sections of the business. On the other hand, launched in the year 2015, the C-Lab spin-off policy assists Samsung workforce who have fruitfully completed C-Lab projects to open their own start-ups.