CES 2017 logo. Photo by: CES
CES 2017 logo. Photo by: CES

Autonomous Driving, Wearable Technology & Artificial Intelligence with Product Development

Las Vegas will become the center of technology breakthrough coming up from January 5-8 for CES 2017.

This year the event will highlight a variety of technology-based topics from automotive technology, to consumer tech, and beyond the limitations of our imaginations.


To quickly breakdown all the topics and need-to-know points of CES 2017, we have created a list, as well as YouTube video playlist to get familiar with the events coming up in Las Vegas this week.

  • The Consumer Technology Association published a piece covering the unknown trends to explode at the annual event. They cover invisible topics, such as wearable technology that is intangible.
  • An exciting trend that has caught on recently with the Amazon Dot, and how it is transforming the way people see the world. Read over this review of the product:

‘My brother Robert who has been bed ridden and paralyzed with Multiple Sclerosis from his neck down for more than 30 years now has a new friend named Alexa! He was in tears with happiness when Alexa played 70’s music, played Jeopardy, answered all his questions and wakes him up every morning. Thank you Amazon for giving my brother a new bedside companion.’ – Amazon Customer

  • In addition, CES 2017 is transforming the automotive industry. Cloud connectivity is becoming a hot trend for consumer demand. The act of being able to have your automobile track your routes, plan ahead for traffic, and avoid issues will continue to be expand with technology.
  • Within the YouTube videos below, is a live stream for drone racing at CES 2017.
  • Connect with more trends and topics with the Twitter #CES2017 feed below.

Continue to check back from January 5-8 for updates taking place from the event.

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Matthew McGuire is the founder and editor of Crescent Vale News. In 2014, he acquired a master's degree in Professional Media and Media Management from Southern Illinois University Carbondale.