Every year we see amazing technology at CES including innovations in automotive, smart robots, drones, AR/VR, smart home appliances and many other technologies. One of the things that’s exciting to follow is the advancement from expensive, futuristic gadgets to useful, practical devices. This year showed huge progress in that direction, but also included a fair share of over-the-top, just-for-show gadgets. Here is a look at the technology enabling artificial intelligence and computer vision consumer devices to enter the mainstream in the next years.
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