Artificial intelligence: the dash to connect the consumer

The Kikoo robot for children; an LG wireframe of a connected car; a ‘smart’ toothbrush produced by Kolibree; and the Amazon Echo Dot, which uses Alexa, the AI assistant used by many consumer electronics products The gadget that probably best encapsulates this week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas does not look like a gadget at all. The new hairbrush from Kérastase has the same bristles and lacquered sheen as any of the L’Oréal brand’s salon products. There are no flashing lights or even a button to turn it on and off. Yet hidden inside are microphones, motion and conductivity sensors, and wireless connectors that turn this $10 everyday object into what its makers bill as the “world’s first smart hairbrush”, costing close to $200. Artificial intelligence has made it…


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