The Best of CES 2016: Day 3

For Day 3 at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), I concentrated on the North and some of the backroom meetings. The North hall holds most of the automotive tech, while the hotel suites and ballrooms are where most of the technology companies show off their wares. Much of the technology on display was forward-looking, some of it more “forward” than others. Faraday Future’s FFZERO1 electric concept car (Fig. 1) had a lot of buzz, but was more of a shell than an operational prototype. The Faraday Future was not the only forward-looking display at CES, though. Toyota said it will invest $1 billion in the Toyota Research Institute, which will focus on studying artificial intelligence to help lead to safer and more advanced vehicles. It will initially have laboratories near…


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