CES 2018 was like a sequel

I did not get a chance to go to Las Vegas to attend the Consumer Electronics Show 2018 – CES 2018 for short. But I followed the conversations on Twitter and read all the tech journals and geeks who were reporting live from the booths.

The world has officially moved from mobile first to AI first. So if your CEO is still getting excited about putting its app on mobile, tell him or her that it is time to think of introducing AI into your company’s life. This is 2018 and if you do not have AI powering everything, you will soon miss the bus. Even the bus you miss will be AI powered, think about it.

LG showed off its TV powered by Google Now. That means you can use voice control to play a You Tube video or see a Google Photo album on the TV.

Nissan has already showed the first version of brain to vehicle interface. Brainwaves can be sensed by the car. If your brightest ideas come to you while you drive to work, the brainwaves may make your car wobble more than the potholes on the road.

Widescreen displays

That means everything from your TV to your car will have Artificial Intelligence built in. Talking of televisions, the 146” ginormous TV sent gasping crowds searching to see if they could watch the next match on a twelve-foot-wide TV screen. What is so great about a massive TV like that? For one we have to land up finding a room that has a wall that big where you will hang the TV. But then once again, you will run out of space because Samsung is creating this TV with tile-like micro LED displays. So if you saved up enough you could keep adding tiles to keep expanding your TV. I think that is how it will work.

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