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CES is the world`s biggest tech show and tons of innovative products will be revealed this week

It happens every January in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, and now it is time for it again. CES, or Consumer Electronic Show is the world`s biggest tech show. Google will be there. Samsung and LG will be there. Sony, HTC and Qualcomm have already started unveiling their new products.

The biggest tech show of the year kicks off this week and tons of innovative products will be expected to see. It started already on Sunday last week with a smaller gadget and gizmo offerings. It was just a tease to see what`s to come.

LG created the robot called Cloi and it help users control smart home, but it failed on stage at its CES debut. The South Korean company tried to show the people how new artificial intelligence tech could enhance use of kitchen appliances.

The robot didn`t respond to the commands and experts at the presentation said the demo was «terrible». It probably tells us that the AI-industry still have a long way to go. What about the driverless cars?

Lyft is in Las Vegas to offer rides in their semi-autonomous BMW`s. They just want to demonstrate for tech fans what it will be like to one day hail a self-driving cab. They use a BMW 540i that is riddled with self-driving technology from British company Aptiv.

Aptiv used to be called Delphi Automotive and has been experimenting with self-driving tech for years at CES. We know that Google and Apple are doing the same. CEO Tim Cook said it is the mother of AI.

The cars in the future is not automotive but pure tech companies. They are all there to show the world their Lidar systems which is the eyeballs for the cars that let them drive themselves. Argo.AI, Aurora, Baidu, Cisco, Google and Intel are all at the tech show in Las Vegas with their self-driving vehicles.

People at the Las Vegas show can try these self-driving cars but I hope the ride go better than Cloi`s presentation.

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Taxidrivers could become extinct

If you work as a taxi driver you must have a plan B, because someone out there will change the game. Thousands of taxi drivers will be replaced by robots. The driverless cars is one of the biggest and fast growing technology trends at the moment.

Goolge have been working on a driverless car for some years now, and many others are working with the same case. Google said they will be ready for the mainstream market in about five to ten years, but driverless cars is in use already today!

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The UK government is pouring about $30 million into those driverless cars, and Britain have real driverless cars on real roads in four different places in the country today, right now. “An essential part will be an effective and fast communication between cars, and between cars and existing and future roadside infrastructure,” said Dr Evtim Peytchev, of Nottingham Trent University.

Business Secretary Vince Cable, backing driverless car trials in four cities, believes driverless transport could become a £900 billion industry worldwide by 2025.

Google is not alone on the market for this new technology trend.

Audi`s next generation A7 is on the road today, and Mercedes, BMW, Volvo and Toyota are working to make a big advantage in the new auto market. But what`s funny is that some of the innovative companies in this new market isn`t real car company`s.

One of them is Google, but Apple is also on this trend now.

Google`s driverless cars have traveled thousands of miles and most importantly; without an accident! Awesome.

One of the biggest privately held technology company`s is Uber, which I have talked much about in my recent articles. Google venture is not only investing in real hi-tech company`s, and it is no secret that Google have invested huge amount of money in Uber. A company that is taking the world by storm right now.

Uber have so far made many taxi drivers angry, and Uber have disrupted the old traditional taxicab market already. This is just the beginning. Uber and Google will shock the market again, but this time it will be critical for the taxi drivers. Reason: driverless cars + Uber. What a mix. But there is a drawback; Uber and Google may have a conflict of interests, because Google is so far along on the ride-sharing portion of this combination.

Taxidrivers will be history.

Your cab in the future will be a smart phone on four wheels.

Taxidrivers have been angry about Ubers innovative business model, but what are they gonna do when the driverless cabs comes to the market? They will be fired. You think that a human/taxi driver is better and safer than a computer but it isn`t. A «driver» is safer on the road than a human/taxi driver.

The driverless cars will make peoples`s life easier and cheaper. CEO`s and other workers can use the new car/cab as an office instead of driving the car. Some companies will organize driverless carpools for their employees if they work overtime.

Parents can send their kids to the school and other activities without a driver/busy parent.

They say it is safe, but is it 100% safe? What if the driverless car crash. Who are responsible? Who can you blame on?

According to The New York Times, policy makers and regulators have argued that new laws will be required if driverless vehicles are to become a reality because “the technology is now advancing so quickly that it is in danger of outstripping existing law, some of which dates back to the era of horse-drawn carriages”.

 


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