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  • Samsung Researchers Prove the Viability of Commercialized ‘Stretchable’ Devices

    With the establishment of flexible displays behind us, many have asked what the next big development in display technology will be. Recently, free-form displays[1] have been gaining traction as next-generation technology that will allow for high-resolution visuals and portability at the same time. While the technology is still in its nascent stages, significant research has been carried out on stretchable displays (a core technology for free-form displays) that can be stretched in all directions

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  • [Interview] Samsung Researchers Open a New Chapter for Holographic Displays

    Holograms have been wowing us ever since they were first invented in 1947. The incredible thing about holograms is that they allow us to experience the real and virtual worlds at the same time. Though theyve long been regarded as the most perfect way to represent objects with light, their widespread commercialization has thus far been hindered by technological limitations. (From left) Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT) Principal Researcher Jungkwuen An, Staff Researcher Kanghee Won,

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  • Samsung AI Forum 2020: Humanity Takes Center Stage in Discussing the Future of AI

    Each year, Samsung Electronics AI Forum brings together experts from all over the world to discuss the latest advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) and share ideas on the next directions for the development of these technologies. This November 2 and 3, experts, researchers and interested viewers alike convened virtually to share the latest developments in AI research and discussed some of the most pressing and relevant issues facing AI research today. Making the Best Use of AI in a Rapidl

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  • [Samsung AI Forum 2020] Day 1: How AI Can Make a Meaningful Impact on Real World Issues

    The Samsung AI Forum is an annual event that brings together globally renowned experts in the industry as well as across academia to serve as a platform with which to disseminate the very latest in AI trends, technologies and research. This years AI Forum, the fourth of its kind, is being held over two days this November 2 and 3. The first day of the event, hosted by the Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT), Samsungs RD hub dedicated to cutting-edge future technologies, is enabling pa

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  • Samsung Electronics Develops Industry-leading Blue QLED Technology

    Samsung Electronics Develops Industry-leading Blue QLED Technology Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT), Samsungs RD hub dedicated to cutting-edge future technologies has secured industry-leading cadmium-free blue Quantum Dot light-emitting diodes (QLEDs) performance. Since blue is known to be the most difficult color to implement out of the three primary QLED colors (red, blue and green), this achievement coming in the wake of Samsungs development of red QLED technology last November

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  • ‘Samsung AI Forum 2020‘ Explores the Future of Artificial Intelligence

    Samsung AI Forum 2020 Explores the Future of Artificial Intelligence Leading academics, industry experts to discuss AI Technologies for Changes in the Real World and Human-Centered AI SEOUL, South Korea October 6, 2020 Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. announced today that it will hold the Samsung AI Forum 2020 online via its YouTube channel for two days from November 2nd to 3rd. Marking its fourth anniversary this year, the forum gathers world-renowned academics and industry experts on artificial i

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  • Samsung Leads Semiconductor Paradigm Shift with New Material Discovery

    Researchers at the Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT) have unveiled the discovery of a new material, called amorphous boron nitride (a-BN), in collaboration with Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) and the University of Cambridge. Published in the journalNature, the study has the potential to accelerate the advent of the next generation of semiconductors. 2D Materials The Key to Overcoming Scalability Challenges Recently, SAIT has been working on the research

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  • Samsung Presents Groundbreaking All-Solid-State Battery Technology to ‘Nature Energy’

    On March 9 in London, researchers from the Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT) and the Samsung RD Institute Japan (SRJ) presented a study on high-performance, long-lasting all-solid-state batteries to Nature Energy, one of the worlds leading scientific journals. Compared to widely used lithium-ion batteries, which utilize liquid electrolytes, all-solid-state batteries support greater energy density, which opens the door for larger capacities, and utilize solid electrolytes, which are

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  • Samsung Researchers’ Non-Invasive Blood Glucose Monitoring Method Featured in ‘Science Advances’

    With diabetes and its associated costs on the rise around the world, effective blood glucose monitoring is considered more important than ever. While conventional methods have required people with diabetes to prick their finger to extract blood drops, non-invasive alternatives, which minimize patients pain and discomfort, have been a long-standing dream in diabetes management. Recently, researchers at the Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT), Samsung Electronics, in collaboration with

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