CTA State of the Industry Address and IBM Keynote
Consumer Technology Association (CTA)™ President and CEO Gary Shapiro and CES EVP Karen Chupka will cast an eye toward the future and explore how technology is transforming the world around us. They'll also offer an industry update and examine how the tech sector is positioned to succeed in the new economy. IBM will open CES by featuring its president and CEO, Ginni Rometty. Rometty will share a unique outlook for how technology — built on a foundation of responsibility and trust — will significantly improve how businesses operate and people work and live. SPEAKERS: Karen Chupka, EVP, Consumer Technology Association Ginni Rometty, Chairman, President and CEO, IBM Gary Shapiro, President and CEO, Consumer Technology Association
In Robotics & Machine Intelligence
Solving Bias in Artificial Intelligence
Artificial intelligence is poised to revolutionize, and positively impact, many aspects of our lives. Questions remain about bias in some of these AI systems.
AI Forecasting Famine
This case study of tech for good will highlight how leading tech companies and humanitarian organizations have launched the Famine Action Mechanism to use AI as a predictive tool to help governments prevent crisis before it starts.
When Does My Air Taxi Arrive?
Urban air mobility (UAM) involves multiple aircraft–manned, remotely piloted and autonomous–safely operating within a city. What are the advantages and challenges of UAM?
CES 2019 Trend: AI and Robotics
Artificial intelligence and robotics are changing the way we engage with the world. AI will be a key ingredient technology during the next decade, and robotics are smarter than ever and will assist with many daily activities.
The New Mobility Revolution
A panel of experts will speak about the future of drones and self-driving technology and how they will revolutionize transportation.
Drones: Mapping the Policy and Business Landscape
What are the remaining challenges limiting the potential of drones for businesses and consumers? At this point, how much depends on industry action, and how much depends on regulatory or legislative action? Are public perceptions of drones changing?