5G and Artificial Intelligence, CES 2019 Hot Topic that is Officially Closed

5G and Artificial Intelligence, CES 2019 Hot Topic that is Officially Closed

The biggest technology exhibition in the world, CES 2019, was officially closed. 5G technology and artificial intelligence (AI) are the main highlights of the event that took place in Las Vegas, United States.  This year, CES was held on January 8-11 and was attended by 4,500 exhibitors. There is a status of a global company, but startups from a number of countries also do not miss to enliven.

They competed to showcase their latest innovations and were able to make 180,000 visitors present stunned. During its four days of implementation, CES 2019 also featured several big names in the field of technology, ranging from CEO of AMD, AT & T Communications, IBM, LG, to Verizon.

"CES shows the power of innovation to solve global problems and improve lives throughout the world. The passion, ideas and business connections at CES make this the most significant global technology event," said Gary Shapiro, President and CEO of the Consumer Electronic Association (CTA).  Furthermore, CTA also announced that it would invest USD 10 million in venture companies. In addition, these funds will also be channeled with a focus on women, people of color, and other underrepresented startups and entrepreneurs.  Not to be left behind, the CTA boss released his latest book titled "Ninja Future". In the book, Gary explained how to explore the skills needed to stay competitive in a rapidly changing future.

5G and AI

This year CES presents the 5G ecosystem with a very complete, both technology and application. Ranging from backbone, virtual reality, to sports technology and digital health.  "5G will change everything. 5G is a promise to be far more than what we have seen from wireless technology," said Hans Vestberg, CEO, Verizon, in his keynote.  Not only 5G, AI will also affect every aspect of our lives. IBM's President and CEO Ginni Rometty at the opening keynote said AI would prove the data was "the world's largest natural resource".  That he called allows the revolution from smart cities to health care and transportation to robots. During the main keynote Rometty, Ed Bastian (CEO Delta) and Charles Redfield (Walmart EVP Food) also shared examples of artificial intelligence technology and blockchain in their business.

In addition, CES 2019 also presents 11 of the world's leading car manufacturers in highlighting the future of transportation. These include air taxis from Bell Helicopter and electric motorbikes from Harley-Davidson.  Self-driving technology is not left behind to be discussed. The autonomous ability of vehicles is believed to save lives, enable greater accessibility, and increase productivity in the future. K

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