CES 2019: Attendance Slightly Down, Innovation Way, Way Up

January 18, 2019 Embedded Computing Design

Attendance may have been down at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show, based on observed foot traffic alone. But, that didn't stop electronics vendors from innovating at the highest levels. From artificial intelligence in automotive and consumer vision systems to ubiquitous voice recognition and more, the Embedded Insiders got what they bargained for and then some at CES 2019. Special guest Louis Parks discusses Quantum Computing and its impact on future security.


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