CES 2018: Robots, AI, massive data and prodigious plans

This year’s CES was a great show for robots. “From the latest in self-driving vehicles, smart cities, AI, sports tech, robotics, health and fitness tech and more, the innovation at CES 2018 will further global business and spur new jobs and new markets around the…

The GM/Cruise robocar interior is refreshingly spartan

GM revealed photos of what they say is the production form of their self-driving car based on the Chevy Bolt and Cruise software. They say it will be released next year, making it almost surely the first release from a major car company if they…

10 Best Robots of CES 2018 – Robotics Trends

Amid all the chaos of CES 2018, one thing was crystal clear: self-driving cars will be taxiing people around sooner than you think. The advancements made by self-driving cars were the major takeaway from CES. Consumers won’t be able to buy one anytime soon, but…

CES 2018 brought disruptive technologies closer to our lives

Toyota Motor Corporation, displays the “e-Pallete”, a new fully self-driving electric concept vehicle designed to be used for ride hailing, parcel delivery services and other uses at CES in Las Vegas. (Reuters) It was a glimpse into tomorrow’s world of technology which would bring far-reaching…

Riding in a self-driving Lyft – YouTube

What would it be like to hail a self-driving cab? Lyft is actually letting people find out at CES 2018. The company partnered with Aptiv to offer semi-autonomous rides to 20 different destinations across Las Vegas. The ride was smooth and pretty boring — which…

First look at coolest tech of CES 2018

Media playback is unsupported on your device All aboard the (self-driving) bus – next stop, CES: Las Vegas’ annual gigantic tech fest. About 4,000 companies – many of them start-ups – are arriving in town this weekend. Over the coming days, they will reveal new…

First look at coolest tech of CES 2018

Media playback is unsupported on your device All aboard the (self-driving) bus – next stop, CES: Las Vegas’ annual gigantic tech fest. About 4,000 companies – many of them start-ups – are arriving in town this weekend. Over the coming days, they will reveal new…

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