Robots were clearly the top trend of the Consumer Electronics Show this year. According to a recent USA TODAY article, there were robots that could make your coffee, handle your daily chores, fold your clothes and even act like a human with facial expressions and movement.
With the rise of Amazon’s Alexa and the emerging technology of voice-activated personal assistants, robots dominated the show’s technology on display.
“Personal assistants can finally understand you," says David Hanson, the founder of Hanson Robotics, which will begin marketing its $299 Einstein robot in the spring. "That's a watershed moment."
In recent years, mobile technology, TVs and connected cars have been the popular new technology. Robots have emerged as a new category and it looks like the trend is here to stay.
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