The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2024, the world's largest consumer technology trade show that will be held in Las Vegas in the United States from January 9 to 12, is expected to showcase future technologies that help enhance the human experience. This year's keywords are AI across industries, highly personalized digital healthcare, and sustainability for human security.
According to an analysis conducted by the Mail Business newspaper on Thursday of the 424 CES Innovation Awards and honorees in 29 categories considered indicators of future technology, digital healthcare was the most prominent with 48 entries.
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Personalized technology is becoming more prominent at CES in 2024, and the growing desire to improve quality of life as the population ages is fueled by artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies.
After digital healthcare, the number of awards for innovation in sustainability was 34, artificial intelligence 28, mobile phones and accessories 24, smart home 24, accessibility and legacy technology 23, transportation technology 20, embedded technology 19, and human security 16.
TelePIX has introduced a nanosatellite that monitors seaweeds and captures carbon in real time from high altitudes. THOTH demonstrated a robotic solution that diagnoses and dismantles used batteries.
All of these products are equipped with artificial intelligence, and it is worth noting the role of artificial intelligence in reducing human labor, preserving the environment, saving energy, increasing accessibility for people, and highlighting human technology.
“From healthcare to transportation to smart home solutions to advances in artificial intelligence and beyond, CES 2024 will highlight the technological innovation that will change our world for the better,” said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO of the Consumer Technology Association. CTA) which regulates CES, he said.
The CTA introduced the comprehensive concept of human security, expanding the concept of security beyond military areas to include food, medicine, the economy, the environment, personal safety, community safety, and political freedom.
Written by Lee Sang-duk and Lee Eun-joo
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