There appears to be exactly a functional Galaxy Home in Samsung's hollow CES booth, and it is tended by a handler almost all day. These are just officially allowed to talk to Bixby at Home, so naturally, Samsung started getting a little worried when I started chatting speaking up myself. My first request: to play Animal Spirits of Vulfpeck in Spotify.
After some frightening time watching the light of the Galaxy Home light, it started playing the song I requested … even a few seconds after a cautious opening of what Samsung said later is copyright concerns. However, Samsung's design speaker seems to have been paid. Despite being surrounded by hundreds of mourning people, the songs we played Bixby in gaming came through loud and clear.
Other requests, such as Bixby's inquiry for information on Italian restaurants have also worked very well (after a long pause thanks to godawful WiFi performance), though Samsung is pretty sure that one is will work. The most rigorous demo? No, but given less favorable conditions, Bixby is still better than I expected.
It says, Bixby himself is not the most pleasant virtual assistant to talk to ̵