Samsung's new 8K TV features AI, can upscale video to 8K

Samsung's new flagship 8K TV upscales content to 8K, is powered by AI that will 'learn from itself'

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CES 2018 - Samsung is going all-out on the TV front with a few new 8K TVs to show off, with the company introducing the world's first modular TV, coming in at a huge 146 inches.

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But it is the new 8K-capable Q9S that also has my attention, which isn't quite as big as LG's impressive 88-inch 4K OLED in terms of size, but with its 85-inch panel at 8K, I'd take the 7680x4320 resolution of 3840x2160.

Samsung's new flagship 8K TV uses a "proprietary algorithm" that will upscale lower-res video up to their Super Hi-Vision screen at 8K. There's also AI inside, which Samsung says will be able to "learn from itself" over time, which is scary and awesome, all mixed together.

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