“CES Unveiled in Paris is expected to draw roughly 1,000 attendees, and will showcase more than 80 companies throughout the day on Tuesday, October 22nd…”
The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) is teasing a big reveal at the CES Unveiled in Paris event in October, declaring that a trio of CTA executives will make an exclusive CES 2020 announcement during the Preview and Trends in Technology conference session. The onstage executives will be President and CEO Gary Shapiro, CES EVP Karen Chupka, and VP of Market Research Steve Koenig.
CES Unveiled in Paris is expected to draw roughly 1,000 attendees, and will showcase more than 80 companies throughout the day on Tuesday, October 22nd. The CES 2020 preview will focus on the latest trends in artificial intelligence, making it likely that the CTA announcement will concern AI in one way or another.
A separate CES Unveiled session will take place in Amsterdam five days prior, on October 17th, while CES 2020 is scheduled for January 7th to 10th in Las Vegas.
Of course, CES has been a showcase for a range of mobile technologies over the years, and AI has been no exception. Google used the 2019 iteration of the event to search for more partners for its Google Assistant AI platform, while Unisys encouraged companies to embrace AI and biometric tech as part of its ‘Moonshot’ argument. The possibilities are virtually limitless, so we’ll have to wait until October to see what CTA has in store for CES 2020.