Samsung Electronics To Showcase How Enhanced AI and Connectivity Enable Expansive Kitchen Experiences at CES 2024

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2024 Bespoke 4-Door Flex™ Refrigerator with AI Family Hub™+, featuring AI Vision Inside, and Anyplace Induction Cooktop connect with AI-updated Samsung Food


Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. today announced that it will use CES® 2024 to introduce Samsung’s newest kitchen products, applications and features, which include artificial intelligence (AI) features and SmartThings connectivity, enabling an ecosystem that delivers new food and kitchen experiences with Samsung products. Notable products and features in the lineup include the 2024 Bespoke 4-Door Flex™ Refrigerator with AI Family Hub™+[1] — which was Samsung’s first home Internet of Things (IoT) refrigerator launched in 2016 — now equipped with the all-new AI Vision Inside feature, the new Anyplace Induction Cooktop and enhancements to the Samsung Food service.


“We are both proud and excited to be showcasing these upgraded AI and connectivity features, which utilize the latest technology to help everyone take their food and kitchen experiences to the next level,” said Moohyung Lee, EVP and Head of the Customer eXperience Team of the Digital Appliances Business at Samsung Electronics. “We are committed to letting users enjoy the many benefits of our innovative food ecosystem across a wide range of devices and features.” 


AI Features That Enable Food Ideas and Intelligence


To enhance the experience in the kitchen, the 2024 Bespoke 4-Door Flex™ Refrigerator with AI Family Hub™+ has been packed with a variety of innovative technologies. One impressive new feature is AI Vision Inside, which uses a smart internal camera that can visualize items in the refrigerator. Also, it is equipped with ‘Vision AI’ technology, which can identify up to 33 different fresh food items based on a predefined set of training data comprising approximately one million food photographs.[2] With the food list that is available and editable on the Family Hub™+ screen, users can also manually add expiration date information for items that they would like to keep track of, and the refrigerator sends out alerts through its 32” LCD screen for these items before reaching the set expiry date.


Also, with the assistance of the Fridge Manager feature, which monitors the status of the water filter in the refrigerator and sends an alert when a replacement is needed.


Appliance screen functionality does not stop there. Samsung’s new Anyplace Induction Cooktop and Slide-in Range are each equipped with a 7” LCD screen, where users can view the recipes that were selected and saved from the Family Hub™+ to assist their meal preparation. Anti-Scratch Glass applied instead of a typical ceramic glass also helps to resist scratches on the induction surface..


What’s more, the Samsung Food application — which can now be accessed on the Family Hub™+, and the Slide-in Range — has several new AI features. The ‘Personalize’ feature3 powered by Food AI allows users to adapt recipes to reflect their dietary requirements, including gluten-free, pescatarian, dairy-free, and other diets. Meanwhile, the new ‘Image-to-Recipe’ feature[3] with Vision AI now recognizes potential meals that can be made with the ingredients in your fridge. Lastly, Tailored Meal Plan analyzes users’ information by connecting to their Samsung Health profiles[4] to create personalized meals based on their wellness preferences.


AI-Enabled Connected Appliances and Features for an Enhanced Kitchen Every Day


With the Bespoke 4-Door Flex™ Refrigerator with AI Family Hub™+ as the center piece, the Samsung kitchen ecosystem is all about how the AI features in these kitchen products and the Samsung Food service connect to deliver a  range of smart, connected kitchen experiences.


Samsung Food also connects to Samsung Health[5]. The feature uses the information collected from Samsung Health to suggest recipes that suit users’ preferences. After that, users can send cooking instructions for these recipes to their various kitchen appliances with just a few key presses. 


Then there is Tap View[6], which allows users to easily mirror the display of their Galaxy smartphones on the Family Hub™+ screen. Users can also enjoy videos form the YouTube application right from the refrigerator screen for more information and entertainment.


Image of kitchen with Bespoke 4-Door Flex™ Refrigerator with AI Family Hub™+
Image simulated for illustrative purposes.


All these advancements build toward Samsung’s goal of expanding its seamlessly connected, AI-enabled kitchen ecosystem with a focus on providing users with spectacular and convenient kitchen experiences.



Users can visit the Samsung booth at CES® 2024 to experience the AI and connectivity of the innovative kitchen ecosystem.


* Updated on January 12, 2024, to provide more detailed information.


[1] Does not mean all services available on the Bespoke 4-Door Flex™ Refrigerator with AI Family Hub™+ are AI or generate information or outcome using AI. The services/features that use deep learning models are limited to 1) AI Vision Inside and 2) Bixby features.
[2] Detection and identification of food items is based on Samsung’s deep learning model trained using a predefined set of data and may yield incomplete or incorrect information. New datasets may be introduced to the learning model from time to time to enhance its accuracy.
[3] Part of the services of Samsung Food+ require a paid subscription that also requires a Samsung account.
[4] Service available with user’s consent.
[5] Will be available after 1Q 2024. Applicable models only.
[6] Will be available after 2Q 2024. Applicable models only.

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