Using light to transmit data, new digital twins, AI ecosystems, advanced robotics and flying vehicles all were highlighted at the Annual Trends to Watch opening CES presentation Sunday.
Technology at CES this year will be a balancing act on technology for both consumers and enterprises, said Brian Comiskey, director of thematic processing at the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) who co-presented with Jessica Boothe, CTA director of research.
Several companies with AI innovations at CES were mentioned, including Siemens, Maum.ai, Amira Health, Abbott, HealthPlus AI and WI Robotics.
Another key theme of CES is mobility, as in movement including automotive.
“We’re the largest mobility show in the world,” said Comiskey.
Smart homes also were on the future agenda, featuring the TV as an intelligent hub, e-commerce platform and smart home center.