Will the tech, as it was exhibited at the CES in Las Vegas for six days, make it possible to solve the great challenges that await the world? The stated ambition of the world’s largest electronics fair has probably never had as much resonance as for this 2023 vintage, between the reinvention of a post-Covid world, climate emergency and energy crisis. But with more than 3,200 exhibitors (including a French delegation of 170 start-ups), there was, how often during this type of event, food and drink.
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Let’s be a show, with the unmissable latest screens from the best manufacturers on the planet, like the curved wall from the manufacturer LG, robots of all kinds and all functions, high-performance accessories for exploring virtual and fun worlds, many cars, including that of the Japanese Sony, and quite a few gadgets.
But also innovations which, indeed, intend to change the world, improve our health (like the urinalysis sensor presented by the tricolor champion Withings) or fight global warming: “Everything that revolves around sustainability has taken on great importance at the show” underlines Florent Roulier, head of innovation at Niji. Highlighting of projects sustainable (durable) which crosses all the halls and stands of the CES:
“Everyone is talking about it: big players like Samsung, because
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