For quite a while now, we’ve been clamoring about the CES 2020 and all the goodness this new decade will bring us and of course there is nothing more interesting than understanding how increasingly technology is shaping the way we live our daily lives which is why we disseminates it in Full Details right here at Brumpost.
While the CES annual convention is the time for companies around the world to gather right there at Nevada and showcase some of their dopest tech and concept prototypes as well as other fancy things, the event isn’t only just about the physical aspect of tech alone. Deep conversations will be held and intelligent people will tell us how they plan to make the world a better place.
With really alarming issues such as cyber security and hatred, the need to have a discussion about curbing these acts in order to make the world more united is important just as Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg had wished his own life work is connecting the world together for the better. Anyway, below are topics we feel will dominate the CES 2020.
Talks about 5G
Yeah the 5G! I can’t say it’s long overdue but the fact that many of us fell for the stunts carriers were pulling last year 2019 made me wonder how soon the 5G network will circulate the entire globe. But it’s no news that companies now invest in making this connection prominent this new year and the fact that mainstream smartphone makers are now including the 5G network bands within their devices makes it certain that this the beginning of the 5th Generation network instead of last year.
While we can’t here anything about the iPhone 12 5G just yet, there are a number of US-based carriers that are attending the Las Vegas convention as well as detailing what we should expect of the low-latency network in the year 2020 and beyond.
More subscription-based services
Yeah that is likely to become more common this year as well with numerous companies already buckling up and taking the show in their own hands. AT least we saw what Apple did last year and then Disney taking on the same baton, it shows that many other companies and industry leaders are going to do the same starting from this new decade.
Services won’t stop only at cars on-demand or movies on-demand, there are now even food on-demand services in many countries around the world but mostly are based on “Pay as you go” but with the subscription-based service methods, you might just need to load your account and then voila, you’ll be entitled to whatever, whenever for a given period of time.
Internet privacy and Cyber security
We will never forget the fact that Facebook misused our data at some point or the fact that there are cyberbullies and hatred among some specific people who hides behind their computers to send threats and dox people.
Even with Democratic Presidential candidates in the US threatening to break up the so-called “Monopolistic Big Tech” companies within the US, it’s time for Google, Amazon, Facebook and so forth to come and amend their ways and explain how they plan to make their platforms more secured for us their daily users.
AI-Powered Voice Assistants
When I first heard the Google Duplex in 2018, I was stunned about how far we’ve gone in technology. Considering the fact that tech companies are making AI-Powered voice assistants better every day is surely what we’re hoping for.
Nowadays, you can tell your phone to perform series of tasks for you without you having to interact with the device physically which is also going to help people with visual impairment. I have also used Robin, a personal voice assistant in the past which performed very well even though not at the levels of the Google Voice Assistant or Siri, the fact that I can wave my hands across my smartphone’s display to wake up my Assistant and then issue my command is really interesting.
And that isn’t where it all end, even smart earbuds now gives you direct access to your personal Voice Assistant via some settings. The Apple AirPods for example is definitely built with Siri in mind meanwhile even third-party hardware are now targetting these Voice Assistants such as Siri, Alexa and Google.
There is nowhere Science has excelled than in recent decades considering how much scientific discoveries had been made which are helping in the increase of the human wellbeing. The CES 2020 will surely be about the fitness and wellness which will feature technology that can help you have a much more quality life such as eating better, sleeping better and efficient exercise and other tons of healthy things.
There are in facts smart bands that claim to track how many calories you take in (rather than logging your meals) and mini bikes to help kids stay fit while playing video games.
Robots, Autopilots, TVs and More
Robots are definitely important in our daily lives and we’re seeing how far these technology is going. With the 5G connecting everywhere far better, then Robots might integrate far better. Should we categorize autopilots as robots because the fact that your cars can drive themselves from one place to the other without much of your interference is interesting.
Another interesting as mentioned right above is subscription-based TVs. Back in the days of the cable news whereby you just have to watch everything you’re given. But things could change altogether because of the CES 2020 will pave way for more smart TV and smart services which you can request on-demand.