[THE INVESTOR] Samsung Electronics
said on June 2 that it has reached an agreement with three local banks to allow users to use banking services via its voice command program Bixby.
The Korean tech giant said under the project with Shinhan Bank, Woori Bank and KEB Hana Bank, users can ask the artificial intelligence program Bixby to display bank accounts or make financial transactions through voice.
Users with a Woori account can also make currency exchanges via Bixby. The program was first adopted on Samsung’s latest flagship Galaxy S8 smartphones.
The service connects to the mobile transaction app Samsung Pay and the biometric authentication program Samsung Pass.
By Alex Lee and newswires (email@example.com