Artificial Intelligence from digital humans to beauty tech
The evolution of TV screens
Smart content, transportation and health
Additional CES Videos and Photos
Smart Cars and Transportation
It’s All About the Screens
Unveiling it’s first electric car, Faraday Future, it averages about 11 screens including a massive one for the back-seat passengers – now that’s TV Everywhere.
Flying Cars The latest Pegasus flying car / helicopter that transitions between driving and flying automatically with one button and in about six seconds
Samsung Electronic Car (No Audio) Showcasing its advanced electronics, this car has more than 33 sensors as well as on-board software regulated using Sony’s artificial intelligence, telecommunication and cloud technologies
Samsung TV Wall: Blowing Away OLEDS Samsung’s ”First Look” event featuring the intense brightness, perfect black levels and amazing picture of HDR/8K resolution.
Roll-Up TV (No Audio) LG doubled down with theirflexible OLED screens with a flexible screen that rolls down into a cabinet – available commercially for $60K.
8K (No Audio) Take a look at what 100 million live lights of 8K looks like.
IoT / Voice Assistants
Scheduling Assistant (No Audio) The Google Assistant will finally let you schedule actions for later and a bunch of other new features, too.
Oral-B iQ Toothbrush (No Audio) This toothbrush is very quiet and it’s full of intelligence sensing where you are effectively brushing and where you aren’t.
Google Assistant’s Interpreter Mode (No Audio) This feature is helping travelers translating 29 languages.
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