The annual International Consumer Electronics Show is always a major event for the robotics and AI, particularly because of the consumer robots that are promised to enter homes in the near future. With CES 2018 just ended, we are once bringing you everything you need to know about AI and robotics at the show.
Join Robotics Business Review for an in-depth recap of all things artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics from CES, the world’s largest consumer technology show. Robotics Business Review was also at the show walking through the marketplaces for AI, drones, robotics and self-driving cars, and this webcast provides a detailed recap of the latest products and top trends from Las Vegas.
CES AI Conference Recap
In addition, our webcast recaps “Artificial Intelligence: Insights into Our Future,” our half-day conference at CES on Jan. 9, 2018, that examined recent developments, current applications, and concerns about AI. Our full conference sessions will be available to subscribers and registrants soon.
The conference brought together industry experts, including Nvidia’s Deepu Talla, Kindred’s George Babu, iRobot’s Chris Jones, Anki’s Andrew Stein, and more, who analyzed the promise and limitations of AI technologies and applications. Three main takeaways from this webcast include:
- Hear from leading AI experts about AI’s impact on various industries, including robotics, self-driving cars and more
- Best robots and drones from CES
- AI and robotics trends to watch for 2018
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