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Race for ‘smart’ to reach fever pitch at electronics show in San Francisco


Although CES ends just days ahead of a major Detroit auto show, automakers are eager to show their new technology to a wider public, O’Donnell said.

“It’s a place to make a statement about technologies that will have resonance,” he said. “And the vast majority of the new innovations in cars are in fact tech things.”

The success of these new technologies would depend on how well machines can think the way people do, O’Donnell said.

“The whole idea of understanding context is a big theme in AI, and we’ll see a lot of effort to improve the empathy of devices,” he said.

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