The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) announced that Miffy Chen, general manager of Alibaba AI Labs, and Dr. Carsten Breitfeld and Dr. Daniel Kirchert, Byton co-founders, will deliver keynotes at CES Asia next month.
Owned and produced by International CES (Shanghai) Exhibition and co-produced by Shanghai Intex, CES Asia will run June 13-15, in Shanghai, China.
Breitfeld and Kirchert, who will deliver their keynote on Wednesday, June 13, will share Byton’s vision to create “time to be” for people on the move. They will also elaborate on how Byton is built as the next-generation smart device for the age of self-driving and shared mobility. They will also introduce the company’s design philosophy to underline digital power and autonomous features, as well as its common platform strategy.
Chen will discuss the next generation of Alibaba AI Labs innovation on Thursday, June 14. At CES 2018 in Las Vegas, Alibaba AI Labs, together with MTK and SIG, announced in a joint statement that they would cooperate in developing a Bluetooth mesh module. The AI service platform from Alibaba AI Labs already supports advanced voice and image recognition, as well as increasingly evolving multi-mode recognition, and the company is now considering how to provide these services to partners. In her keynote presentation, Chen will announce its future strategies.
“Alibaba AI Labs and Byton are global brands that embody the innovative and entrepreneurial spirit of our industry,” said Karen Chupka, executive VP, CES. “These industry visionaries have taken their respective companies to new heights through their leadership, creativity and passion for innovation. They are driving the expansion of technology into new areas like smart cities, artificial intelligence, machine learning and more, which is what CES Asia is all about. We are all very excited for them to take this international stage.”
All keynotes will be located in the Kerry Hotel, Shanghai Ballroom 2-3; additional keynotes will be announced in the coming weeks.
CES Asia 2018 will showcase technology spanning 20 product categories improving lives around the world, said CTA. It is expected to draw more than 40,000 attendees — including over 1,200 media members — and around 500 companies. More than 35 companies will exhibit as part of the AI category alone, which is a new product category for the show.