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#CES2017 in pictures

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13 January 2017



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CES 2017 has come and gone. As a first-timer in attendance, I couldn’t help but marvel at the featured robots and all robotics related gadgets, toys, start-ups, wearables, and AI coming to market. I’ll conduct a post-event wrap up shortly, but in the meantime, please enjoy a selection of images seen on the floor.


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Divergent 3D supercar

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The connected home and car, Alexa and Ford working in partnership to streamline and connect your life.

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LG’s Helper Guide Robot to help you find your gate and remind you when your plane is scheduled.

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LG’s Hub Robot helper that can control your smart home devices, play music, and offer advice on commuting times.

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Home helper robot in the Chinese market.

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Denso’s robotics cafe made sure everyone got through the day well caffeinated at CES.

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Jade Le Maître with HEASY hospitality robot, from Hease robotics.

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Kuri home robot saying hello!

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Meet the dream team of women at Mayfield Robotics who made Kuri possible! (left to right: Kaijen Hsiao, CTO; Stephanie Lee, Engineer; and Sarah Osentoski, COO).

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TechCrunch speaking with Mike Beebe from Mayfield Robotics.

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Silas Adekunle presents his gaming robot, MekaMon.

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VR gaming at the Dell experience.

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Robart AI solutions in your home.

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In the startup area, robot teacher to help children learn.

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WowWee chip robot dog toy.



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Kassie Perlongo Kassie is the Managing Editor at Robohub.
Kassie Perlongo Kassie is the Managing Editor at Robohub.





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