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Artificial intelligence shines in CES Asia

Products wowing visitors at consumer electronics show in Shanghai include real-time translation devices and autonomous driving systems.
Artificial intelligence shines in CES Asia
zhu shenshen / SHINE

Shanghai startup Nullmax expects its full set of autonomous driving systems to be ready in 2020.

Artificial intelligence technologies, covering real-time language translation, autonomous driving and the Internet of Things, is being highlighted at the ongoing CES Asia consumer electronics show in Shanghai.

iFlytek, a Shenzhen-listed information technology company known for its voice recognition software, displayed a portable translator and intelligent recording devices, a new operating system and a car-related application.

The products featuring voice recognition and smart translation supporting several dozen languages and dialects, attracted overseas visitors and won CES Asia Innovation Awards.

They also represent iFlytek’s business transformation to expand in the consumer market besides traditional business markets, according to industry insiders.

Shao Yang, chief strategic officer of Huawei Consumer Business, talked about Huawei's AI technology and how AI can help link and activate the loT system, covering smartphone and various smart devices.

Nullmax, a local autonomous driving startup, launched autonomous driving system MAX, which is expected to be put into mass production around 2020. Nullmax has joined with Desay SV Automotive, a Shenzhen-listed auto parts supplier, to provider the AI system to car brands.

The system can provide a full set of autonomous driving functions including Highway Pilot (HWP), Traffic Jam Pilot (TJP) and Autonomous Valet Parking (AVP), said Xu Lei, CEO of Nullmax.

The event, with more than 550 exhibitors, runs until Thursday.


Artificial intelligence shines in CES Asia
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AI products which feature voice recognition and smart translation supporting several dozen languages and dialects attracted overseas visitors. 

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