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USA TODAY: CES 2017: Robots Steal the Show at This Year’s Event

Robots dominated this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

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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