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CES 2017 Unveils Game-Changing Innovation to the World 2017.01.06

Las Vegas, NV, USA - January 06, 2017 - The future of technology was unveiled yesterday on opening day of CES 2017, as more than 3,800 companies debuted products across a record 2.6 million net square feet of exhibit space. Opening day featured future-focused product announcements and keynotes from the leaders of Carnival Corp., Huawei and Nissan, in addition to a C Space keynote with chairman and senior executive of IAC and Expedia, Inc. Barry Diller and chairman and CEO of MediaLink Michael E. Kassan. Owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), CES 2017 runs through Sunday, January 8, in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.

CTA President and CEO Gary Shapiro gives his annual keynote address at CES 2017.
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Las Vegas, NV, USA - January 06, 2017

• Product debuts from largest show floor in CES history and keynotes from Carnival Corp., Huawei and Nissan open world’s largest innovation event

The future of technology was unveiled yesterday on opening day of CES® 2017, as more than 3,800 companies debuted products across a record 2.6 million net square feet of exhibit space.

Opening day featured future-focused product announcements and keynotes from the leaders of Carnival Corp., Huawei and Nissan, in addition to a C Space keynote with chairman and senior executive of IAC and Expedia, Inc. Barry Diller and chairman and CEO of MediaLink Michael E. Kassan.

Melanie Taylor performs her winning song at the CES 2017 opening keynote.
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Owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), CES 2017 runs through Sunday, January 8, in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.


Gary Shapiro, president and CEO, CTA kicked off CES 2017 by exploring how technology transcends industries, transforms lives and fosters innovation.
“Today’s innovators are working long hours and late nights to change lives for the better – and in some cases they’re saving lives,” he said.

Shapiro announced that CTA will invest $1 million in five initiatives to help create better paying American jobs that maintain U.S. leadership in technology and innovation.
“Our industry supports 15 million jobs and it’s time those of us in corporate America take an ethical responsibility and ownership in our national future.”

CTA leaders are joined by Carnival Corp. CEO Arnold Donald for the annual CES ribbon cutting ceremony.
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Shapiro also announced CTA’s “Let’s Go Humans” campaign, celebrating innovators and creators who are developing technologies that are improving lives and making the world a better place to live.

Immediately following Shapiro, Arnold Donald, president and CEO of Carnival Corporation, took the opening keynote stage to unveil the Ocean Medallion, a first-of-its-kind wearable that acts as a personal digital concierge for cruise guests.

The Medallion enables guests to access rooms, make on-board purchases, locate family and friends and so much more to maximize the cruise experience.

“Each guest is different and the things that make them happy are different,” said Arnold.
“Our mission is to personalize and simplify the vacation experience for everyone.”

Carnival Corp. Arnold Donald helps cut the ribbon at CES 2017.
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During the C Space keynote, IAC and Expedia’s Barry Diller discussed changes in the media landscape and how the advertising industry is being challenged today by fake news.

This interview-style session was moderated by MediaLinks’ Michael E. Kassan and addressed the potential negative consequences of the public's newly-found freedom to publish content.

"Before, you needed a distributor,” said Diller, “Now you push a button and publish to the world; while that's freeing, it has lots of nasty consequences.”

Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei Consumer Business Group delivered a keynote address on Thursday afternoon.

He said the company has invested $38 billion in R&D in the last 10 years and announced a new smartphone with a dual-camera – a second generation Leica Dual camera, featuring dual sensors and 2X hybrid zoom.

Yu showcased an ultra-long lasting battery with the Huawei SuperCharge, which charges four times faster and lasts 50 percent longer than other smartphone batteries.

He also introduced the Mate 9, the world's first intelligent smartphone to integrate with Alexa, the intelligent voice service.

Carnival Corp. President and CEO Arnold Donald gives his keynote address at CES 2017.
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Wrapping up the day, Nissan Motor Corp. chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn shared the company’s vision for a zero-emissions, zero-fatality world.
“The destructive triangle of autonomous drive technology, electric vehicles, connected cars and services means we will see more change in the next ten years than we did in the last 50,” said Ghosn.

He then announced that the next-generation Nissan Leaf electric vehicle will come with the semi-autonomous ProPilot system, as well as the company’s plans to launch their Seamless Autonomous Mobility (SAM) system.

Carnival Corp. Arnold Donald and John Padgett give the Carnival keynote at CES 2017.
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Developed from NASA technology, SAM enables a “human in the loop” approach to autonomous driving, which monitors a vehicle’s path from a distance, providing peace of mind to drivers.

SuperSessions and Conferences

Opening day featured dynamic SuperSessions and conferences, including the Sports Business Innovation conference, C Space Storytellers panel series and the Innovation Policy conference.

The Stoked About 5G SuperSession, moderated by ReCode Senior Editor of Mobile Ina Fried, featured executives from 20th Century Fox Film, BMW Group, Ericsson and SK Telecom.

Carnival Corp. President and CEO Arnold Donald and President of Princess Cruises Jan Swartz address CES 2017 attendees.
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The panel discussed the possibilities for innovation using the new 5G network – a network that reacts faster than the human brain.

CTA’s Gary Shapiro sat down with Federal Trade Commission Chairwoman Edith Ramirez to discuss consumer privacy, the Internet of Things, patent trolls and the sharing economy.

Ramirez emphasized the need for Congressional action to ensure the functions of internet-enabled devices are transparent.
“All of the innovation you see on the CES show floor depends on the use and gathering of data, and that’s only going to accelerate, especially in regard to artificial intelligence and machine learning,” said Ramirez.

David Kirkpatrick, founder and CEO of Techonomy, moderated The Challenges Facing an Artificially Intelligent World SuperSession.

Speakers included Chris O’Connor, general manager, IBM Watson, Dr. Vivienne Ming, co-founder, Socos, Jeroen Tas, CEO, Connected Care & Health Informatics, Philips, and Paul Daugherty, chief technology & innovation officer, Accenture.

CTA president and CEO Gary Shapiro discusses policy with Head of FTC Edith Ramirez at CES 2017.
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The panel discussed the future of Artificial Intelligence (AI), how it will grow to become all-inclusive, similar to IoT, and how AI will enhance human lives, help  further develop our abilities and  change our society.

CNET's Next Big Thing SuperSession was moderated by CNET Editor-in-Chief Lindsey Turrentine and CNET's Editor-at-Large Brian Cooley.

The panel explored barriers to unlocking the smart home.

Obstacles discussed included cost, complexity and security.

When the group turned to discuss security, they were briefly joined on stage by actress Carly Chaikin, who plays the hacker Darlene on the USA television series "Mr. Robot."

Scripps Networks hosts a panel on Smart Home featuring the Scott Brothers.
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Security of the smart home, the panelists agreed, is the starting point of any smart home device.

C Space Storyteller Sessions

Thursday's C Space Storyteller sessions kicked off with Margo Georgiadis, president, Americas at Google, moderating a panel with leaders from Universal Pictures and AT&T.

The executives took a deep dive into how each brand leverages mobile to grow stronger and drive business results.

Jonathan and Drew Scott discuss smart home at CES 2017.
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They also touched on how to win the war for attention with so much content competition, with the consensus being to hook and hold audiences with compelling content.

Next, executives from Hulu and Live Nation took the C Space stage to discuss how they are redefining the concert experience through a new frontier: Virtual Reality.

Kevin Chernett, executive vice president, global partnerships and content distribution at Live Nation Entertainment and Noah Heller, vice president, emerging technology at Hulu addressed the new frontier of leveraging virtual entertainment to give fans unprecedented access into the worlds of top artists both on and off stage.

Jonathan and Drew Scott discuss the benefits of smart appliances in the home.
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Mike Parker, president, iCrossing moderated an afternoon Storytellers panel with executives from Bridgestone, PepsiCo and Whirpool Corp. to explore customer behavior driven by technology and innovation.

Marketers need to manage the flow of data and leverage the analytics while learning more about their audiences.

Brands will be challenged to maintain consistency with their stories, given the new tools coming into the market.

Rounding out the Storyteller sessions, President of Verizon Digital Media Services Ralf Jacob talked with leading content creators about how OTT strategies and technologies have enabled them to engage audiences and further drive opportunities.

CTA Senior Vice President, Communications and Strategic Partnerships Jeff Joseph opens the C Space Keynote at CES 2017.
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The goal isn’t to get the most clicks, but to keep their audiences coming back, increasing page time and sharing information with the brand.

Engaging new users presents a gamble because marketers are forced to use new strategies with little data.

Sports Business Innovation

David Levy, president of Turner, kicked off the Sports Business Innovation Conference Track on Thursday.

Panelists included WNBA player Sue Bird, NBA analyst Grant Hill, NCAA President Dr. Mark Emmert, and NBA Commissioner Adam Silver.

Barry Diller, chairman and senior director, IAC and Expedia and Michael E. Kassan, chairman and CEO, MediaLink discuss the future of marketing during the C Space Keynote.
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The panel, moderated by Turner Sports Sportscaster Ernie Johnson, covered a number of topics related to technology's effect on professional sports.

Seven-time NBA All-Star Grant Hill put it best
, "We are all connected. Not just in how you interact with fans, but how you manage your body."

The three subsequent panels examined topics varying from an athlete's life outside of sports, the challenges of, and strategies for, consumer engagement and the massive opportunity presented by the growing popularity of eSports.

Participants included Chris Bosh of the NBA's Miami Heat; Draymond Green of the NBA's Golden State Warriors and Dexter Fowler's of Major League Baseball's St. Louis Cardinals, as well as executives from Bleacher Report, Dell and Ford.

To round things out, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Commissioner Roundtable Session was moderated by Julie Kearney of CTA with panelists FCC Commissioners Mignon Clyburn, Mike O'Rielly and Ajit Pai and FTC Commissioners Maureen Ohlhausen and Terrell McSweeny.

Attendees test new technologies at CES 2017.
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FCC Commissioners kicked off the panel with broad agreement on the ongoing broadcast spectrum incentive auction, each commenting they are optimistic the incentive spectrum auction will succeed and make resources more efficient.

The FTC Commissioners identified ongoing issues for data privacy and security for consumers with IoT, but stressed that any approach to regulating should be flexible enough to promote innovation.

Thursday also featured the Stuff Wearable Tech Awards, highlighting the 10 best wearables coming to market.

The full list of award winners and honorees can be found at Stuff.tv.


CES 2017 runs through Sunday, January 8.

For the latest breaking news and product announcements, visit CES.tech.


Attendees explore the show floor on CES opening day.
Photo courtesy of CES 2017

Note to Editors:

The official name of the global technology event is “CES®.” Please do not use “Consumer Electronics Show” or “International CES” to refer to the event.

Please note updated CES security measures on CES.tech, including bag check points, bag restrictions and exceptions and badge pickup locations for CES 2017.

High-definition video b-roll from CES is available for easy download on CESbroll.com.



About CES

CES is the world’s gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies.

It has served as the proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies for 50 years - the global stage where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace.

As the largest hands-on event of its kind, CES features all aspects of the industry.

Owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)TM, it attracts the world’s business leaders and pioneering thinkers. Check out CES video highlights.

Follow CES online at CES.tech and on social.


About Consumer Technology Association

Consumer Technology Association (CTA) is the trade association representing the $292 billion U.S. consumer technology industry, which supports more than 15 million U.S. jobs.

More than 2,200 companies – 80 percent are small businesses and startups; others are among the world’s best known brands – enjoy the benefits of CTA membership including policy advocacy, market research, technical education, industry promotion, standards development and the fostering of business and strategic relationships.

CTA also owns and produces CES® – the world’s gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies.

Profits from CES are reinvested into CTA’s industry services.



• CES 2017
January 5-8, Las Vegas, NV

• Winter Break
March 9-12, Snowmass, CO

• Digital Patriots Dinner
April 4, National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC

• CES on the Hill
April 5, Washington, DC

• CES Asia 2017
June 7-9, Shanghai, China

• CEO Summit
June 21-24, Amalfi Coast, Italy

• Innovate! and Celebrate
October 9-11, San Francisco, CA


Consumer Technology Association (CTA)
Allison Fried


Sarah Brown

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