The Heat: Consumer Electronics Show reveals latest in Chinese tech

The Heat

From robots to self-driving cars – the latest in technology and artificial intelligence took center stage at the annual Consumer Electronics Show.

According to Future Markets Insights — the global market for consumer electronics is expected to reach $3 trillion in the next eight years. With connected and smart devices taking the lead. More than 4,000 exhibitors made their way to Las Vegas this week to showcase their products at the annual Consumer Electronics Show.

To discuss the latest tech trends:

  • Amy Zalman, a global security futurist and the Founder of the Strategic Narrative Institute
  • James Sung, founder and chief strategist of Zocus Strategic Marketing
  • James Barrat a documentary filmmaker and the author of “Our Final Invention: Artificial Intelligence and the End of the Human Era.”
  • Alex Cranz, senior reviews editor for Gizmodo

Over 1500 Chinese companies showcased innovation at CES, with China’s $46 billion focus on artificial intelligence clearly on display. CGTN’s Mark Niu has more from the exhibit floor in Las Vegas.

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