2018 CES: Artificial Intelligence -- Insights Into Our Future

Event Details

Jan 09, 2018 - Jan 12, 2018
Las Vegas, NV, United States

In January, the International Consumer Electronics Show was again the world’s gathering place for all involved in technology and consumer goods. CES has been showcasing innovators and their breakthroughs to the market for 50 years. Owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association, the 2018 CES edition attracted buyers, business leaders, and technology pioneers.

This year, we presented the conference on “Artificial Intelligence: Insights Into Our Future” in Las Vegas on Jan. 9, 2018.

We examined recent technology developments, current applications, and concerns about AI. Below are links to the slide presentations and audio recordings from our 2018 CES sessions. Hear leading AI experts discuss the reality behind the hype and how the technology will soon affect our daily lives.

The State of Artificial Intelligence

  • Deepu Talla, vice president and general manager of autonomous machines at NvidiaDeepu Talla, vice president and general manager of autonomous machines at Nvidia, shares recent AI breakthroughs from various industries, where the technology is headed, and challenges that still need to be overcome.

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Designing AI-Powered Robots

Social and service robots that understand and interact more naturally with humans rely on advanced artificial intelligence. Our panelists discuss how AI is helping build smarter robots that will be more user-friendly.

  • Eugene Demaitre, senior editor, Robotics Business ReviewModerator: Eugene Demaitre, senior editor, Robotics Business Review
  • George Babu, co-founder and chief product officer, KindredGeorge Babu, co-founder and chief product officer, Kindred
  • Chris Jones, vice president of technology, iRobotChris Jones, vice president of technology, iRobot
  • Andrew Stein, head of robotics and AI, AnkiAndrew Stein, head of robotics and AI, Anki

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The Roadmap for Self-Driving Cars

Self-driving cars have the potential to save lives and revolutionize the transportation industry. This panel analyzes how AI and other technologies are improving self-driving cars and how to safely integrate them onto our roads. It also examines technological and regulatory hurdles that remain.

  • Steve Crowe, managing editor, Robotics TrendsModerator: Steve Crowe, managing editor, Robotics Trends
  • Michael Fleming, CEO, Torc RoboticsMichael Fleming, CEO, Torc Robotics
  • Andrew Kouri, CEO, lvl5Andrew Kouri, CEO, lvl5
  • Andy Zeilman, vice president of business development, AffectivaAndy Zeilman, vice president of business development, Affectiva

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