CES 2024: The biggest consumer technology event is almost coming; find out what to expect here.


CES 2024: The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) will get started on January 9 in Las Vegas. The tech event will bring together manufacturers, developers, and suppliers of consumer electronics, technology delivery systems, and other products.

CES 2024: The biggest consumer technology event is almost coming; find out what to expect here.
CES stands for Consumer Electronics Show, which is hosted in Las Vegas and focuses on technical products for the general public.(X/CES)

 

Meta, together with industry titans such as Microsoft and Google, led the increase in generative artificial intelligence in 2023. According to HT Tech, these key businesses are engaged in an AI arms race, releasing chatbots and other cutting-edge tools. The anticipation for CES 2024 is growing, as various firms prepare to exhibit their AI achievements.

From January 9 to 12, Las Vegas will host the four-day consumer electronics trade event CES 2024. The tech event will bring together manufacturers, developers, and suppliers of consumer electronics, technology delivery systems, and other products.

CES 2024

CES is an annual industry-only technology exhibition that is not available to the public but is open to everyone involved in the consumer technology industry.

Professionals who work with such brands, journalists, and other ecosystem enablers are among them. More than 182000 people attended the event in 2019. So far, the number has been low due to the epidemic and its aftereffects, with CES 2023 peaking at 115000 attendance. However, it is likely to be higher this year.

What to expect at CES 2024

According to Wired, tech titans such as Qualcomm, AMD, and Intel are anticipated to reveal chips to allow AI services on devices that support them. The chips would execute AI operations locally, eliminating the need to make a request to a cloud server and wait for a response.

Samsung: In a noteworthy announcement on December 27, Samsung revealed its intention to unveil the Bespoke 4-Door Flex Refrigerator with AI Family Hub at CES 2024. This clever refrigerator is outfitted with AI-powered cameras that allow it to assess available items and recommend personalised recipes appropriately. Samsung claims that utilising a predetermined dataset derived from approximately one million food images, it can recognise up to 33 distinct fresh food products. Furthermore, the refrigerator can actively check the status of the water filter and send alerts when a replacement is required.

LG Smart Home AI: According to Tom’s Guide, LG is expected to debut a 98-inch QNED TV with AI-driven picture upgrades at CES 2024. The television is believed to be driven by an A8 AI processor, allowing it to use deep learning for faces, objects, and backdrops inside an image, resulting in increased texture and finer details. LG says that the TV would provide a better visual experience by delivering three-dimensional picture quality through accurate HDR optimisation.

Nvidia: Nvidia revealed its ambitions to exhibit AI developments at CES 2024 in a recent blog post, with a generative AI being a striking surprise. While specifics are scant, some rumours indicate that this could be the introduction of the company’s first AI chatbot. Nvidia will also hold a number of talks at the event, concentrating on AI games, robotics, and enterprise tools powered by artificial intelligence.

Ticket prices

To begin with, CES is not open to the general public. A delegate should be from the industry, the media, or a vendor. There are two types of passes available for the CES 2024. Exhibits Plus Plass is only for industry participants. The price of the ticket is $350 (29,137). The exhibit floor, research Summit, keynote talks, Great Minds workshops, and show floor stage events are all included in the pass.

The second option is the Delux Conference Pass, which provides the most freedom in attending a range of programmes. The pass costs $1,700, or Rs.1.41 lakh at the current currency rate, and entitles users to attend all four days of CES conference programming, as well as more than 100 additional sessions and curated tracks.

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