This year's CES is not only offering cars — the focus is on making machines smarter and life easier. That's why companies are presenting their intelligent every-day technologies.
German carmaker Daimler and auto parts supplier Bosch have announced they will deploy self-driving taxis in California next year. The move will be part of a test program of vehicles designed for city driving.
With the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas just around the corner, market researcher Steve Koenig weighs in on the proliferation of AI, the importance of 5G and Germany's presence at the world's largest trade show.
The lesson of CES 2017: Like smartphones in the past decade, virtual reality (VR) technology will change everyday human experience in the coming decade. It's a hugely engaging, irresistible, and disruptive technology.
Artificial intelligence (AI) continues to evolve exponentially. With environmental concerns ever more at the forefront, experts are turning to AI to find sustainable solutions. But the technology also presents risks.
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