CES Asia set to be trea­sure trove of high-tech won­ders

Shanghai Daily - - BUSINESS -

Ar­ti­fi­cial in­tel­li­gence, ro­bot and au­to­mo­tive elec­tron­ics are the stars of the CES Asia in Shang­hai, with sev­eral Chi­nese high­tech­nol­ogy com­pa­nies aim­ing to leave an in­deli­ble im­pres­sion at the show.

Other lat­est tech­nolo­gies and ser­vices in­clud­ing wear­ables, au­to­mo­tive tech, self-driv­ing cars, home au­to­ma­tion and fly­ing drones will also be dis­played at the lo­cal event of the world’s big­gest con­sumer elec­tron­ics show.

Hisense, one of the top TV ven­dors in China, has de­vel­oped AI tech­nolo­gies in its lat­est mod­els to help viewers use fa­cial recog­ni­tion tech­nol­ogy to iden­tify play­ers tak­ing part in the 2018 World Cup in Rus­sia. The tech­nol­ogy will in­stantly dis­play the play­ers’ names and data on TV.

An­other com­pany tak­ing part at the show is Shen­zhen-listed iF­lytek, a spe­cial­ist in voice recog­ni­tion tech­nol­ogy, which has AI in­cor­po­rated in a range of prod­ucts like por­ta­ble trans­la­tor, voice as­sis­tant tool used in cars and speak­ers in smart home sys­tem. Baidu and Alibaba also dis­played their lat­est AI func­tions con­nected to smart driv­ing and on­line shop­ping.

More than 500 ex­hibitors are at­tend­ing the three-day show held at the Shang­hai New In­ter­na­tional Expo Cen­ter. It ends to­mor­row.

(Zhu Shen­shen)

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