CES Slideshow: The Future Is Now


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During the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, the I-Connect007 Editorial Team met with some of the industry's top executives, managers, and engineers.

Editors Nolan Johnson and Dan Feinberg spent CES week checking out some of the coolest innovations and technologies around—electric and autonomous vehicles, artificial intelligence, IoT, extended reality (an umbrella term for AR and VR), and some amazing health devices that can help extend the human lifespan.

CES is one of the world’s largest trade fairs. The next CES will be held January 6-9, 2021, at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Enjoy this slideshow featuring photos provided by the CES media department.

 

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