Google & Amazon Square Up At CES For Brutal Voice Battle

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Attendees of a major technology show were dealing with a basic technological failure as the power went off at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES).

Set to run January 9-12, CES 2018 yesterday provided a sneak preview of some of this year's "Best of Innovation" award winners at the Unveiled Las Vegas media event.

The virtual reality part of the company has just three employees.

Robots have been doing the rounds in the world of consumer electronics for a while now, with each new year hurtling us towards some kind of dystopian (or utopian - glass half full and all that) future. The technology will be a predominant theme at CES. As the largest hands-on event of its kind, CES features technology from a wide array of industries. "Those of us who produce events must do better too". In turn, that can give viewers a first-person view of the finished product.

When CES rolls around every year, there are the inevitable slew of launches from consumer technology firms, eager to make a splash at the show with the largest TV, the smartest appliance, the most innovative auto. For 2018, it's clear that trend is only getting bigger, especially now that Google has had a full year under its belt and a chance to push out another round of AI-powered devices. Expect to see plenty of new smart home devices with inbuilt Alexa capabilities, while competitor Google is also expected to make some announcements around its own Google Assistant.

Power in the North and Central lobbies of the Las Vegas Convention Center, which has CES yearly, has been out for near 60 minutes.

One of the most significant and most prominent Tech conventions in the world started from coming Sunday in Las Vegas.

However, with over 3,900 exhibitors, CES remains a place where you can locate the most recent tech trends.

Being able to order items, select music, get information, and more by speaking to digital assistants such as Amazon's Alexa, Google Assistant, and Microsoft's Cortana has been such a hit that pressure will be on for more ways to interact with machines using voice, the researchers predicted.

CES's AI obsession will also spread beyond consumer devices and into visions of smart cities and, of course, driverless cars.

CES Tech South: Located at the ARIA Hotel, Park MGM, and Vdara.