In this episode Shawn and Ross look at two major forces expected to loom large at the annual CES technology event next week. First, we look at the latest AI medical milestone as software outperforms radiologists in detecting breast cancer. Next, it’s on to 5G where we take on Samsung’s progress report and discuss long-term implications for the next generation network in PCs and far beyond.
In this episode, Shawn DuBravac and Ross Rubin talk about some major tech themes that surfaced at CES. First, we take up how flexible and modular displays can blur device boundaries and open up new applications such as full-wall displays. Next, we discuss how the arrival of 5G and edge computing and 5G will challenge companies to develop new application strategies that make different tradeoffs between centralized control and sensor-driven responsiveness.
In this special CES episode, Shawn DuBravac and Ross Rubin analyze some of the first major stories and trends at the show, including how Apple has moved to partner with leading TV manufacturers and is spreading its message on privacy protection. Plus, sensors are improving everything from bread baking to surfing as long-awaited technologies finally materialize.