According to Choi Soo-yeon, CEO of an Internet search company, his bots are more effective than their competitors because of their inherent knowledge of local culture, history, customs, laws and lifestyle. This gives the Naver system a significant advantage.
The Cue neural network will be launched next month. Both Cue and CLOVA X are based on HyperClova X’s broad language model; Choi says it can handle voice and text and can be combined with other services such as navigation maps.
“I am proud that Naver is the company that knows the minds of Koreans best. At the presentation, Choi Soo-yeon said, “Even in the age of artificial intelligence, our core and competitiveness will not suffer.”
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