Going Deep on Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Reality at CES
WHY YOU SHOULD CARE
What happens in Vegas need not stay in Vegas.
Even as everyone gabs about artificial intelligence and virtual reality, the truth is, the technologies are already here. Driverless cars and trucks. Sensors for health and wellness. Machine learning to detect implicit bias.
To learn what’s next — and to find out what is already here — editor-in-Chief Carlos Watson sat down with a host of thinkers on AI and VR at the 50th annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Guests include investor Doug Clinton, of Loup Ventures; Dr. Vivienne Ming, the co-founder of Socos; and entrepreneur Lasse Leppäkorpi, the CEO of Beddit Technology.